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The president is reneging on campaign promises while undercutting his voters' livelihoods.
Last month, ING officials met face to face with leaders of the Standing Rock tribe.
In response, two Indian tribes, the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux, filed new motions to halt the pipeline's construction
Standing Rock isn’t the only place where this type of environmental injustice is happening to American Indians.
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Standing Rock Tribal Chairman David Archambault II recently said: "The nation and the world are watching. The injustices
Sen. John Hoeven is an odd choice for a job dedicated to helping Native American communities.
Best known are demonstrations in North Dakota, where Native Tribes and environmentalists staged a protest thousands strong
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When the Army Corp of Engineers announced Sunday it would block construction of an essential part of the Dakota Access Pipeline
President Obama pardoning Red Fawn would be an acknowledgment of everything faced by water protectors.