FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 10, 2017 CONTACT: Jodi Gillette, JGillette@SONOSKY.COM ‘It’s more important than ever for the court to step in and halt additional accidents before they happen’ The following is a statement from Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault II in response to reports of an oil spill from the Dakota Access pipeline… Read more »
U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., wants the chief of the Army Corps of Engineers to explain the agency’s decision-making that ultimately paved the way for completion of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is pleased to announce BNP Paribas has sold its shares in the loan to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).
A joint memorial recognizing all twenty-three Native American New Mexico Nations, tribes and pueblos’ support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their opposition to DAPL.
We ask that you stand not only with us, but against the dozens of proposed projects around the world that endanger health and human welfare in the name of corporate interests and government corruption.
A proclamation to solidify the unity of all Tribal Nations that came in 2016-2017 to Stand with Standing Rock to: Make Climate Change a National Tribal Agenda in Indian Country; to lobby Congress and seek redress on the adverse impacts of Infrastructure Energy, Oil and Gas Development that destroys our Reserved Rights to Clean and Fresh Water in the Nation; and to seek Legislation to prohibit Oil and Gas Pipelines from crossing underneath or over Navigable Waters.
With construction of DAPL nearing completion, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is calling on all investors behind DAPL to take action to address this blatant violation of tribal sovereignty.
The Dakota Access and Keystone lines are dangerous, and were previously halted due to their risks to public safety. Today the battle against Keystone begins again.
A major bank financing the Dakota Access Pipeline has announced on Monday it has sold off its share of loan debt for the controversial pipeline.
A letter from Dakanau Arangiyan, Chief of the Ulaljuc Tribe.