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Dee Sniders Standing Rock Music Video So What (UNCENSORED)

Published on Dec 7, 2016
This music video documents the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest at Standing Rock. While capturing the police brutality and human rights violations against peaceful Water Protectors, the filmmakers were tear gassed, targeted and shot with rubber bullets in an unconstitutional suppression of free press.

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Artist: Dee Snider
Album: We Are The Ones
Song: So What

Director: Cody Blue Snider (@CodyBlueSnider)
Cinematographer: Alexander Chinnici
Editor: Justin Ho
Producer: John Curtis
Co-Producer: Ian Blair
Executive Producer: Ernesto Avina
Executive Producer: Damon Ranger
Production Company: Diktator
Stedi Cam Operator/AC: Matt Digregorio
AC/Key Grip: Zack Sainz

Special thanks to The American Indian Movement, Graywolf, Pony, the Indgenouse People and Water Protectors everywhere.

@NoiseyMusic @deesnider


Photos: Forgiveness Ceremony Unites Veterans And Natives At Standing Rock Casino

Salon published Clark’s apology to the Natives, which read as follows:

Many of us, me particularly, are from the units that have hurt you over the many years. We came. We fought you. We took your land. We signed treaties that we broke. We stole minerals from your sacred hills. We blasted the faced of our presidents onto your sacred mountain. When we took still more land and then we took your children and then we tried to make your language and we tried to eliminate your language that God gave you, and the Creator gave you. We didn’t respect you, we polluted your Earth, we’ve hurt you in so many ways but we’ve come to say that we are sorry. We are at your service and we beg for your forgiveness.

This was a historically symbolic gesture forgiving centuries of oppression against Natives and honoring their partnership in defending the land from the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Chief Leonard Crow Dog offered forgiveness and urged for world peace, responding that “we do not own the land, the land owns us.”


Bernie Sanders 11-4-2016 at South Omaha Metro Community College - Blankets of Life

Published on Nov 4, 2016
Bernie being thanked by the Native Indian community with blankets of life. Hundreds were inside tonight to see him speak & hundreds could not get in.

Oscar Salazar: "Bernie Sanders, Come To Standing Rock"

Published on Nov 27, 2016
TYT Politics Reporter spoke with Oscar Salazar, a water protector from Standing Rock, about Senator Bernie Sanders' opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Wearing a full Bernie one-piece, Salazar made a direct pitch for the Vermont Senator to come to Oceti Sakowin camp and show his support.

Standing Rock Sounds of Silence

Published on Nov 25, 2016
North Dakota Norton County Sheriffs, law enforcement from other states, DAPL security, military mercenaries and the national guard viciously attack Standing Rock Water Protectors.

Bernie Sanders Speaks at the DC NoDAPL Solidarity Rally Nov 15

Published on Nov 18, 2016
Bernie Sanders speaks during an impromptu appearance at the DC #NoDAPL solidarity rally in front of the White House, November 15, 2016.

Democrats host forum on Dakota Access Pipeline on Capitol Hill | Live-stream Thurs. 1:30pm

With Republican lawmakers continuing to ignore the growing #NoDAPL movement, Democrats on Capitol Hill are taking matters into their own hands.

The Democrats on the House Committee on Natural Resources are hosting a forum on Capitol Hill on Thursday to look into the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. They have invited tribal leaders and youth to discuss their efforts to protect sacred sites and cultural resources.

“As Lakota people we know we have to protect our water for the sake of future generations, our children and children everywhere," said Harold Frazier, the chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, who will be among those testifying at the forum.

"We have seen how other communities have been shattered when the government fails to protect their water– the Navajo Nation downstream from the Gold King Mine leak and the little children of Flint, Michigan whose water was full of lead, not to mention the devastating impacts that result from oil spills and pipeline leaks all over this nation," Frazier said.

Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Arizona), the top Democrat on the House Natural Resources Committee, went to the #NoDAPL encampment earlier this month to see the struggle first-hand. Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-California), the top Democrat on the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, also visited the site, where thousands have gathered to resist the pipeline.

Grijalva and Ruiz have asked their Republican counterparts to convene a hearing on issues facing tribes and infrastructure projects but one hasn't been scheduled. The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hasn't taken interest either.

Thursday's forum -- titled "Taking a Stand: Protecting Water and Native American Sacred Sites and Cultural Resources at Standing Rock" -- takes place at 1:30pm Eastern in Room 210 of the Cannon House Office Building. It will be streamed live at bit.ly/2ddJTOs

Tribal witnesses who have been invited to testify include:
• The Honorable Dave Archambault II, Chairman, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
• The Honorable Harold Frazier, Chairman, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
• The Honorable Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktonwan Oyate Spiritual Leader and Elder
• The Honorable Wendsler Nosie, Councilman, Apache Stronghold
• The Honorable Gracey Claymore, Member, Standing Rock Youth Council


LIVE 9/22- Taking a Stand Protecting Water, Nat. American Sacred & Cultural Resources Standing Rock

Scheduled for Sep 22, 2016
The House Committee on Natural Resources-Democrats is holding a forum titled Taking a Stand: Protecting Water and Native American Sacred and Cultural Sites at Standing Rock. The forum will examine the Federal trust responsibility to tribes, tribal sovereignty, and treaty obligations; the moral and legal obligations to protect sacred sites and Native American cultural resources; and access to safe drinking water on Standing Rock tribal land and environmental justice.

Standing Rock Sioux Chairman addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council, Geneva

Published on Sep 20, 2016
David Archambault II, Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman, addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, today to garner international opposition to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the reservation.

Thank You For Listening | Terry Yellowfat and Dr. Harriett Skye

Terry Yellowfat and Dr. Harriett Skye provide some historical context about the Missouri River and Native Peoples.
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