Two years after the media left, hundreds of "water protectors" who participated in protests over the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota struggle to rebuild their lives.
SLAPP, which stands for “Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation,” is a suit brought by big corporations intended to censor, intimidate and silence critics.
As climate change-fueled disasters ravaged the U.S., Trump—who called climate change a hoax—was doing all he could to ensure future catastrophes.
Indigenous activists rally on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes during a hearing in the tribes' case against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The Intercept reports that a private security firm employed by Energy Transfer Partners worked with local police to suppress opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline.
In attempting to revoke protections for the Utah site, President Trump is furthering settler colonialism of a land inhabited by indigenous people.
The "Gasland" director explains why activism rooted in peace is essential to counter cultural endorsement of violence, repression and corporate domination.
Native American activist Raymond Kingfisher talks about the work ahead.
As with the Standing Rock Sioux, the South Dakota tribe's land and water supply are threatened by the controversial oil pipeline.
Truthdig correspondent Clara Romeo reports from the nation's capital Friday as tribe members and allied "water protectors" rally against the Dakota Access pipeline.