Supporting the Fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline by Matt Remle

Recent events in Cannon Ball North Dakota have brought a spot light on the on-going fight to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Army Corps of Engineers recently approved the final permits for Energy Transfer to build its multi-state pipeline from the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota to Illinois. Continue reading

Background on the Dakota Access Pipeline

The Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation is home to Dakota and Lakota people of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Since time immemorial, they have lived and governed a vast territory throughout North and South Dakota, and parts of Montana, Wyoming, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. Currently, the Tribe is located in central North and South Dakota. Continue reading

MC Rhetorik Releases ‘Abstract Thoughts’

It’s energy. It’s genetic memory. I’m connected to the past present and future all at once.” -MC Rhetorik.  Hailing from the Pueblo of Kewa, hip hop artist MC Rhetorik drops the ‘Abstract Thoughts’ album. Continue reading

Coalition Support of Tribal Lawsuits Against US Army Corps Permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline

On Tuesday, July 26, 2016, the US Army Corps of Engineers (“USACE”) approved the water crossing permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline, proposed to carry fracked oil from the Bakken fields in North Dakota 1,172 miles to Patoka, Illinois. Continue reading