US Extends Ban on Dakota Pipeline Protests, but Support Grows





  1. Sanders Opposes Dakota Access Pipeline 

  2. Our news wire on the Lakota pipeline protests 

    Focus on Lakota Pipeline Protests

    Native American protesters are currently conducting protests against a pipeline being across Lakota lands.

  3. Heather Ure Retweeted

    The Choctaw Tribe joins the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest. Together As One Voice, We Shall Be Heard!

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  4. melissa jacobs Retweeted

    We salute the courageous for standing up to protect the planet. @ReZpectOurWater 

  5. Martin MacKerel Retweeted

    Let’s keep going! Native American Pipeline Protest Halts Construction in N. Dakota @insideclimate 

    Photo published for Native Americans Mount Protest Against N. Dakota Oil Pipeline

    Native Americans Mount Protest Against N. Dakota Oil Pipeline

    With a camp set up and more protesters coming from tribes across the nation, a groundswell has at least temporarily stopped work on the controversial pipeline in North Dakota.

  6. proud to say that Owasso HS will be putting together a care package to send to North Dakota in support of

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  7. PennelloppePissedoff Retweeted

    Let this sink in, @POTUS has Army Corps standing with Big Oil AGAINST Standing Rock Sioux Nation in court

  8. MeYouEveryoneWeKnow Retweeted

    The petition is nearly halfway there!! More must sign it. The future of Millions is at stake. 

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Dakota_Access_protesters_590 Dakota Access Pipeline protesters along the Cannonball River in North Dakota. (No Dakota Access in Treaty Territory – Camp of the Sacred Stones / Facebook)

TelesurTV, August 23, 2016

Almost 90 tribes have expressed solidarity with the protests against a controversial pipeline that crosses through Indigenous land.

A federal judge extended a temporary restraining order for another two weeks on “unlawful protest” against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a move that comes as activists say their peaceful actions are attracting broader support.

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