Standing Rock

Indigenous

Is this the next Standing Rock?

We embedded with the Tiny House Warriors as they fight Justin Trudeau's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Hilary Beaumont
6.13.18
pipelines

There's another Standing Rock brewing in Minnesota

Makwa Camp targets Enbridge pipeline from Alberta oil sands
Hilary Beaumont
11.3.17
Standing Rock

The Sioux Lost a Key Battle in Their Struggle Against the DAPL

The tribe's latest attempt to shut down the pipeline temporarily ended in failure.
Cole Kazdin
10.12.17
New music

Hellnback’s “Feeling Like” Takes on Colonialism with Indigenous Empowerment

From Wounded Knee to Standing Rock, the emcee's new video warns of "those who try to play us."
Devin Pacholik
10.2.17
Premieres

Johnny 2 Fingers & the Deformities Dedicate New EP to Standing Rock Protesters

“Don't be blinded by corporate interest and greed.”
Devin Pacholik
8.15.17
indigenes

Young People Talk About What It's Like Growing Up Indigenous

Every year indigenous kids from Scandinavia, Alaska and Canada get together at the Riddu Riddu Festival in Norway, to party and discuss cultural identity and prejudice.
Adam Alexander Johansson
8.8.17
protest

What Anti-Pipeline Activists Have Learned from Standing Rock

The South Dakota protest didn't stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, but it energized a movement.
Cole Kazdin
8.1.17
Canada 150

Here’s What the Future of Pipeline Protest Looks Like

Three generations of activists tell us where they see radical protest going.
Sarah Berman
6.29.17
DAPL

The Standing Rock Sioux Just Won a 'Major Victory' in Court

The battle over the Dakota Access pipeline continues.
Cole Kazdin
6.15.17
DAPL

The Dakota Access Pipeline Is Already Leaking

And the Standing Rock Sioux are worried.
Cole Kazdin
5.11.17
Standing Rock

Oil is now flowing into the Dakota Access Pipeline under Lake Oahe

Lake Oahe was the main point of contention in a months-long battle against the controversial project led by the Standing Rock Sioux.
Hilary Beaumont
3.28.17
VICE News

Canada's Spy Agency Was Watching Standing Rock

CSIS believes the protests in North Dakota and cases of pipeline sabotage have implications for Canada.
Hilary Beaumont
3.15.17
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