with Abby Martin
teleSUR English on Oct 9, 2016
A historic gathering is taking place against the Dakota Access pipeline at Standing Rock. Thousands of people, and around 300 Native nations, have gathered to stop Big Oil’s pipeline, which threatens sacred Native grounds and the environment.
To give an eyewitness account of this growing movement, as well as essential historical context, Abby Martin interviews legendary Native leader Dennis Banks. Banks is a founder of of the American Indian Movement (AIM), a leader in the 1973 Wounded Knee standoff and many other actions over five decades.
from the archives:
Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz: Pre-Colonial Socialism and the Effects of Genocide
Chris Hedges: Corporations Have Seized All Levers of Power + Rap News Special
Arrest Warrant Issued For Jill Stein + Who Is Funding the Dakota Access Pipeline? + Dept. of Justice Halts Construction + Arrest Warrant Issued For Amy Goodman
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Fights North Dakota Oil Pipeline by Brian Ward
Abby Martin: Native American Genocide + The Unist’ot’en Camp are Blocking Pipelines From Crossing Their Land
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War is coming and be prepared
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