Students Go To Standing Rock
After months of major, peaceful protests by indigenous peoples against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) through the Standing Rock Sioux reservation water supply, the pipeline will been diverted. What does this mean, and what are ...
Why I care about the Dakota access pipelineJohns Hopkins News-Letter
Campus assists Standing Rock protestThe Williams record
A view from Standing RockThe Warwick Advertiser
Evansville Courier & Press -Inside Energy
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The failed battle to stop Australia's vast new mine shows why the world isn't ready to move on from coal
The decision to allow Indian company Adani to go ahead with its $16 billion mine—despite the environmental impacts and the protests of indigenous peoples—shows that coal, a waning industry that many consider unsalvageable, is still a powerful force.
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Springfield-area veterans join pipeline protest
The State Journal-Register
Phibbs, a recent graduate of the University of Illinois Springfield who works in logistics for the 183rd Fighter Wing, a unit of the Illinois National Guard, said he wanted to go to Standing Rock to listen and to experience the plight of the indigenous ...
Angry Activists at Columbia U Protest 'Indigenous Peoples' Event Highlighting Historical Jewish Ties to Israel
SSI founder Ilan Sinelnikov, who had taken a last-minute flight from Minneapolis to New York in a show of solidarity with the event, told The Algemeiner, “The protesters sat through two speakers, a Yazidi and an Assyrian, but when the Jew with Yemenite ...
Pro-Israel Columbia Indigenous Event A Success Despite HatersIsraellycool (blog)
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The Times of Israel
With mutual connection to water and land, Jews protest with Standing Rock Sioux
The Times of Israel
First generation immigrant Jews living on the frontier tended to act like other settlers in terms of their ideas and how they related to indigenous peoples in the US and Canada. It wasn't until Jews became more established in the mid-1900s that things ...