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Names of People/Pages You Can Follow on Facebook for #noDAPL updatesSocial MediaFacebookDallas Goldtooth, Mark Tilsen, Tara Houska, Eryn Wise, Red Warrior Camp, International Indigenous Youth Council, Indigenous Media Rising, Indigenous Environmental Network, Two Spirit NationN/AUpdated Regularly
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"Sacred Stone Camp" or "Iŋyaŋ Wakháŋagapi Othí"WebsiteSacred Stone CampThis is the website of the original resistance camp in the standoff zone. Includes a useful DAPL Timeline, a link tothis seminal zine,factsheet, FAQ's, supply lists, and ways to get involved.http://sacredstonecamp.orgUpdated regularly
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"Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline crossing"WebsiteUS Army Corps websiteUS Army Corps of Engineers' December 4th statement regarding their decision not to grant the easement for the Lake Oahe crossing.https://www.army.mil/article/179095/army_will_not_grant_easement_for_dakota_access_pipeline_crossing12/4/2016
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"Frequently Asked Questions: Indian Affairs"Websitebia.govUnited States government FAQ about American Indians, their rights, responsibilities and sovereignty.http://www.bia.gov/FAQs/Updated regularly
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"Standing Rock Sioux Tribe President takes #NODAPL to the United Nations"VideoIndian Law Resource CenterStanding Rock Sioux Tribe president Dave Archambault asking for solidarity of nations with his tribe, recognized sovereign nation in the United States but accusing the government of not treating them as such.http://indianlaw.org/undrip/Standing-Rock-Sioux-Tribe-Takes-NODAPL-to-the-United-Nations9/20/2016
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"Dakota Access Pipeline: What's at stake?"VideoCNN1:18 video detailing the unfolding of the Dakota Access Pipeline and its key information.http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/07/us/dakota-access-pipeline-visual-guide/10/15/2016
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"...The numbers to know about the Standing Rock protests"VideoLA Times1:56 video detailing the unfolding of the Dakota Access Pipeline "by the numbers."http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-standing-rock-numbers-20161101-story.html11/1/2016
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"EXCLUSIVE:@POTUSon Dakota Access Pipeline protests: "There's an obligation for authorities to show restraint"VideoNowThis (Twitter account)President Barack Obama speaks to the Dakota Access Pipeline and the US Government's current stance on the struggle against its construction, including a possible reroute.https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/79365688408333926411/1/2016
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Standing Rock Sioux Leader Talks Dakota Access PipelineVideoABC NewsTribal president David Archambault telling what the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is fighting for and the rights that they have to fight for it, nonviolently.http://abcnews.go.com/US/video/standing-rock-sioux-leader-talks-dakota-access-pipeline-4330956511/4/2016
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"EXPLAINED: Dakota Access Pipeline IS ON Treaty Land"VideoTYT NewsA 20-minute interview with an Indianlawattorneythat(in layman's terms)explainsthe treaties that are implicated in the DAPL situation, as well as the DAPL's historical context in breaking these treaties.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMRLUctyFrk11/6/2016
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Democracy Now!: Category: DAPLMedia outletDemocracy Now!Independent news outlet that has extensively covered happenings around the Dakota Access Pipeline in the last two months.http://www.democracynow.org/topics/dakota_accessUpdated regularly
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Unicorn Riot: Category: DAPLMedia outletUnicorn RiotUnicorn Riot is a decentralized media collective that has bravely covered happenings on the front lines in the last two months, especially.http://www.unicornriot.ninja/?cat=1744Updated regularly
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"Joint Statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior Regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers"Government Statementjustice.govKey statement issued by the US government shortly after a federal judge denied the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's request for an injunction against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline: Represents current stand of government as of 11/5/2016.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/joint-statement-department-justice-department-army-and-department-interior-regarding-standing9/9/2016
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"Statement Regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline"Government StatementUS Army Corps websiteKey report of the US Army Corps of Engineers on the review it made since 9/9/2016 on the grant of an easement for the Lake Oahe crossing. USACE determined that "additional discussion and analysis are warranted in light of the history of the Great Sioux Nation’s dispossessions of lands, the importance of Lake Oahe to the Tribe, our government-to-government relationship, and the statute governing easements through government property."http://www.usace.army.mil/Media/News-Releases/News-Release-Article-View/Article/1003593/statement-regarding-the-dakota-access-pipeline/11/14/2016
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Statement by Kelcy Warren and Energy Transfer defending the Construction of the DAPL and Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's ResponseEarly September Statement and ResponseValley News (Fargo, ND)CEO of Energy Transfer, Kelcy Warren, issued a statement responding to the increasingly-publicized protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline in early September, defending its construction. The tribe publicly responded.http://www.valleynewslive.com/content/misc/Statement-on-Dakota-Access-Pipeline-from--Chairman-and-CEO-of-Energy-Transfer-393249261.html9/13/2016
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"No Man's Land: The Last Tribes of the Plains: As industry closes in, Native Americans fight for dignity and natural resources"ArticleMSNBCPublished in 2015 as a segment of the larger, award-winning "Geography of Poverty: A Journey through Forgotten America", this article and its photographs predate DAPL but point to similar abuses in the past.http://www.msnbc.com/interactives/geography-of-poverty/nw.html10/2015
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"3 Things You Need to Know About Indigenous Efforts Against the Dakota Access Pipeline"ArticleEveryday FeminismAn indigenous woman locates the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline in a larger, graver and more historical context.http://everydayfeminism.com/2016/09/dakota-access-pipeline/9/6/2016
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"The Legal Case for Blocking the Dakota Access Pipeline"ArticleThe AtlanticAn early and important article written about the legal battle the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is waging alongside the nonviolent, frontline activism. The article also articulates the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's chief complaints and frustrations.http://www.theatlantic.com/please-support-us/?next=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theatlantic.com%2Ftechnology%2Farchive%2F2016%2F09%2Fdapl-dakota-sitting-rock-sioux%2F499178%2F#seen9/9/2016
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"North Dakota Oil Pipeline Delays Could Hit Producers, Shippers"ArticleFortuneCapitalist standpoint of the effects of a delay and/or re-routing on the construction of the Dakota Access Pipelinehttp://fortune.com/2016/09/11/dakota-access-piepine-results/9/11/2016
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"Fighting for Our Lives: #NoDAPL in Historical Context"ArticleThe Red NationExpertly situates the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline in a long history of state repression and indigenous resistance.https://therednation.org/2016/09/18/fighting-for-our-lives-nodapl-in-context/9/18/2016
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"5 things every non-native needs to consider before visiting Standing Rock"ArticleMatador NetworkAn indigenous woman activist details five lessons and that non-native peoples should keep in mind before actually visiting Standing Rock.http://matadornetwork.com/change/5-things-every-non-native-needs-consider-visiting-standing-rock/9/27/2016
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"Near Standing Rock, pipeline protest meets a spiritual movement"ArticleThe Des Moines RegisterExplores intersection of activism and spirituality in the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline.http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/2016/10/08/near-standing-rock-dakota-access-pipeline-protest-meets-spiritual-movement/91567854/10/13/2016
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"How to support Standing Rock and confront what it means to live on stolen land"ArticleWaging NonviolenceGuidelines for non-native activists who seek to show solidarity with indigenous peoples - not only in the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline, but in any indigenous-led movement.http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/support-standing-rock-confront-means-live-stolen-land/10/13/2016
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"Why Dakota Is the New Keystone"ArticleNew York Times Op-Ed350.org (environmental activism group) founder Bill McKibben in an op-ed piece for The New York Times underlines the "environmental racism" of the Dakota Access Pipeline's construction.http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/29/opinion/why-dakota-is-the-new-keystone.html?_r=110/28/2016
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"Remember This When You Talk About Standing Rock"ArticleYes! MagazineAn indigenous woman activist contextualizes the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline in her own words, reflections, history and personal experiences.http://www.yesmagazine.org/how-to-talk-about-standing-rock-2016102810/28/2016
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"The View From Two Sides of the Standing Rock Front Lines"ArticleThe New York TimesDetails the standoff from both sides of the front lines, interviewing a Water Protector and a Deputy to hear their sides of the story.http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/02/us/standing-rock-front-lines.html?_r=011/1/2016
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"Time to move the Standing Rock Pipeline"ArticleNew York Times Editorial Board"The Dakota and Lakota of the Standing Rock tribe would hardly be the first American Indians to pay the price for white people who want to move environmental hazards out of sight, out of mind and out of their water faucets."http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/04/opinion/time-to-move-the-standing-rock-pipeline.html11/03/2016
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Say no to the Dakota Access PipelineArticleLA Times: The Editorial BoardAccounting for complaints, news and reflections from the previous three months, the LA Times Editorial Board weighs in on the Dakota Access Pipeline, opposing it as they did the Keystone XL Pipeline.http://www.latimes.com/opinion/editorials/la-ed-dakota-pipeline-global-warming-20161102-story.html11/3/2016
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"Here's what no one understands about the Dakota Access Pipeline crisis"ArticleThe Washington Post"...despite our 200-plus years of contact, the United States has yet to begin to understand the uniqueness of Native American religions and ties to the land. And until this happens, there will continue to be conflicts over religious ideas of land and landscape, and what makes a place sacred."https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2016/11/04/heres-what-no-one-understands-about-the-dakota-access-pipeline-crisis/11/4/2016
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"Dakota Access Pipeline: What's Behind the Protests?"ArticleNBC NewsSuccinct review of the "Who, what, where, when, why, how" circumstances of the DAPL's construction and protest.http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/dakota-pipeline-protests/dakota-access-pipeline-what-s-behind-protests-n67680111/4/2016
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Dakota Access: company under scrutiny over sacred artifacts in oil pipeline's pathArticleThe GuardianCoverage of North Dakota regulator's formal claim against the company constructing the Dakota Access Pipeline, alleging the discovery of sacred burial grounds and improper reporting procedures.https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/05/dakota-access-oil-pipeline-native-american-artifacts-discovered11/5/2016
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Dakota pipeline operator to defy Obama and push on with final phase of drillingArticleThe GuardianDespite requests by the president to voluntarily halt construction within 20 miles of the river, DAPL construction announces that it will begin horizontal drilling in two weeks, confident that it will receive the Army Corps easementhttps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/08/dakota-access-pipeline-project-continues-operator-oil-obama11/8/2016
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