#NoDAPL Work continues….


Water Protectors at Standing Rock peacefully protest DAPL recently.

For some of latest developments see 

From the Recorder —  Dakota Access Pipeline protester: ‘It was a war zone’

For The Recorder – 11/26/2016

Locals who lent a hand in the fight against the Dakota Access pipeline this month describe the experience as “life-changing” and the clashes with law enforcement “like being in a war zone.”

Amherst activist Jehann El-Bisi said the juxtaposition of peaceful, prayerful indigenous people with the omnipresent police force made for a lasting impression.

“To have this great beauty contrasted with being assaulted by these agencies — it’s jarring, to say the least, and disturbing,” she said, adding that tear gas burned her throat and she saw rubber bullets hurt fellow organizers.  El-Bisi, 48, has traveled to North Dakota twice since September. And she’s not alone.

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Material from the Associated Press was used in this report. http://www.recorder.com/It-was-a-war-zone-6373655

Simple Actions to take to help the Standing Rock Water Protectors and #NoDAPL — Make phone calls –  North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, at 701-328-2200.  The White House, at 202-456-1111.

Army Corps of Engineers, which issued the permit allowing construction of the pipeline, even though it would cross under the Missouri River within a half-mile of the Sioux reservation boundary, at 202-761-5903.



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