New revelations about TigerSwan's brutal role in the suppression of No DAPL, a report from the continuing resistance in Iowa and a discussion of the trauma suffered by Water Protectors
Monthly co-host Jacqueline Keeler joins Paul Roland to lead this discussion looking at the aftermath (and continuation) of the massive movement to try to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, most prominently at Standing Rock, North Dakota. On the phone are Christine Nobiss, a Plains Cree-Salteaux from the George Gordon First Nation in Saskatchewan, who helped found a new protest camp (Little Creek) in Iowa to continue the fight against DAPL; and Desiree Kane, a Miwok multi-media journalist and organizer from California who spent many months at Standing Rock.
The Dakota Access Pipeline Struggle with co-host Jacqueline Keeler and guests Christine Norbiss and Desiree Kane
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