The Dakota Access Water Protectors Were Leaving—Then Came Trump’s Order
After Trump's order greenlighting construction of the pipeline, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe is ready to fight again.
Why the fight for Standing Rock isn't over
After months of protests, activists near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation are celebrating a victory: The federal government said it won’t allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under the disputed portion of the Missouri River.
The debate at Standing Rock: peaceful prayer or disruptive protest?
Native Americans Are Resisting the Dakota Pipeline With Tech and Media Savvy
The North Dakota protests are about more than climate change and free speech. They speak to racist assumptions about who’s tech savvy and who’s not.
The Freedom and Danger of Train-Hopping Across America
Adventurer and photographer Mike Ranta spent five months riding freight trains through the American West and documenting what he saw.