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Defund DAPL spreads across Indian country as tribes divest - NationofChange

5.2.17

Defund DAPL spreads across Indian country as tribes divest - NationofChange: “Many people are, rightfully, afraid that executive support [President Trump’s] now means that the pipelines are full steam ahead,” said Melanie Yazzie, co-founder of The Red Nation, an activist coalition dedicated to the liberation of Native people from capitalism and colonialism. She views divestment as obstruction – the good kind – something akin to water protectors locking down on construction equipment and as a continuation of the widespread resistance that has united under the cry of #NoDAPL.


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