Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Seeks Justice

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier releases a statement to Larry Roberts, Acting Assistant Secretary of U.S. Department of Interior – Indian Affairs and Tracey Toulou, Director, Office of Tribal Justice to address abuses committed by the State of North Dakota and DAPL mercenaries against the water protectors. Continue reading

Cheyenne River Sioux Chairman Calls for #BoycottBismark

Dear Tribal Leaders and Supporters, As you are no doubt aware, North Dakota State law enforcement forces have engaged in heavy-handed, illegal, and violent oppression of the water protectors who are now engaging in peaceful and prayerful exercise of their constitutional rights to demonstrate against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Continue reading

Cheyenne River Sioux Chairman Responds to President Obama’s Declaration on Rerouting the Dakota Access Pipeline

In an interview last night, President Obama declared that the Army Corps of Engineers is currently analyzing a reroute of the Dakota Access Pipeline that would avoid the sacred sites of Native Americans. I am glad that President Obama is finally taking action to address what I feel is the most important environmental issue currently facing our country. Continue reading

Brutal Assaults on Water Protectors by Police State, Chairman Responds

EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. – This morning at approximately Noon, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office, officers deployed from other states, and the National Guard, descended upon protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline, located on highway 1806 near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Continue reading