1. Standing Rock Fights to Vote

    STANDING ROCK FIGHTS TO VOTE " In North Dakota , Native Americans are racing against time to make sure the Native vote counts . The Supreme Court recently upheld a Republican-backed ID law that prevents people without a residential address from voting ( . . . ) The Standing Rock Sioux tribe have issued aprox . 500 new IDs to community members ( . . . ) In Standing Rock , the number of people voting early wit . . .

  2. Oléoduc refusé : une victoire pour les Amérindiens

    Les autorités américaines rejetent le tracé de l’oléoduc controversé dans le Dakota du Nord . Depuis des mois les tribus indiennes et ceux qui défendent leurs droits , aidés par les écologistes , protestent contre un oléoduc qui menacerait leurs sources d’eau potable et les sépultures de leurs ancêtres . Les Amérindiens obtiennent le détournement du tracé de l’oléoduc controve . . .

  3. Indigenous Activists and Water Protectors Arrested While Protesting Pipeline in the Bayou …

    FORCIBLE ARREST OF WATER PROTECTORS AT ILLEGAL PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION SITE IN LOUISIANA " Four Water Protectors were brutally arrested in the Atchafalaya Basin along the Bayou Bridge Pipeline route in Louisiana on Tuesday . Water Protectors have been attempting to halt Energy Transfer Partners’ illegal construction of the pipeline . Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) is the same company responsible for . . .

  4. James Majors

    Native American groups in #NorthDakota are scrambling to help members acquire new addresses , and new IDs , in the few weeks remaining before Election Day — the only way that some residents will be able to vote . This week , the Supreme Court declined to overturn #NorthDakota 👉 controversial voter ID law , which requires residents to show identification with a current street address . A P . O . box d . . .