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#Where'sObama? #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock! Trump has over $2 Million Invested In DAPL. Act NOW!

#Where'sObama? #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock! Trump has over $2 Million Invested In DAPL. Act NOW!

The Oceti Sakowin Camp is a historic gathering of tribes standing in solidarity to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline. Stand with Standing Rock today.

The Oceti Sakowin Camp is a historic gathering of tribes standing in solidarity to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline. Stand with Standing Rock today.

We call on the "One Who Helps People Throughout the Land' to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline #POTUS #NoDAPL @POTUS

Image by Nicolas Lampert based on photo by Ossie Michelin “Stand with the Standing Rock Sioux blockade of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Here is another design that is copyright free and for the.

Protesters at the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota, where people have been camping since April in defiance of the oil pipeline project.

Dakota Access pipeline: the who, what and why of the Standing Rock protests

Everything you need to know about the controversial pipeline that has become an international rallying cry for indigenous rights and climate change activism

#NoDAPL  Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka stand with you! #SteinBaraka jill2016.com

fuckyeahanarchistposters: “ Stand with the Standing Rock Sioux and the many other Native and non Native allies who are blocking the Dakota Access Pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Blockadia is the front lines of the climate justice movement.

Trump Supports Dakota Access Pipeline. Did We Mention He's Invested In It? | The Huffington Post 12.2.16

Trump Supports Dakota Access Pipeline. Did We Mention He's Invested In It?

An aide's memo says supporting "has nothing to do with his personal investments and everything to do with promoting policies that benefit all Ameri.

A San Francisco protest in solidarity with North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux and their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. (Photo: Peg Hunter/cc/flickr)

"We will resist this with all of our power and we will continue to build the future the world wants to see," said Greenpeace's Annie Leonard

Why are taxpayers paying for this? How is this not a conflict of interest? Corruption at all levels!

Why is this allowed? HOW is it allowed? Why aren't more people in an uproar about THIS instead of ranting & raving about who the next president is!

Here's What You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Help the Water Protectors at Standing Rock

Here's What You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Help the Water Protectors at Standing Rock

Massive Clean Up Underway Where Environmentalists Camped for Pipeline Protest

The problem, neatly summarized as usual by Mark Twain, is that, “To lodge all power in one party and keep it there is to insure bad government and the sure and gradual deterioration of the public morals.”

[the] ongoing global inequality crisis is accelerating, according to a new Oxfam report released Monday: The report, An Economy for the (pdf), observes that "[f]ar from trickling down, income and wealth are being sucked upwards at an alarming rate.

North Dakota Ash Coulee Creek * Over 170,000 gallons of oil has spilled a mere 200 miles away from the Standing Rock Water Protection Camp. #NoDAPL

North Dakota Ash Coulee Creek * Over gallons of oil has spilled a mere 200 miles away from the Standing Rock Water Protection Camp.

Actress and political activist Jane Fonda attends a rally with opponents of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines at Columbus Circle.

Jane Fonda rails against President Trump's pipeline orders at Manhattan protest

Jane Fonda rallied protesters picketing President Trump’s mandate to resume construction of two controversial North Dakota pipelines.

Native American activists warned that a permit delay was only temporary and that Donald Trump would seek to quickly advance the $3.8bn pipeline.

Standing Rock activists eye pipeline finances to cement Dakota Access win

Native American activists warned that a permit delay was only temporary and that Donald Trump would seek to quickly advance the $3.8bn pipeline.

We should see DAPL as no different than Keystone XL, and treat it as such.

protesters display a lighted sign at [Standing] Sacred Rock camp in North Dakota on September (Photo: Joe Brusky)