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Dakota Access Pipeline Rally: Testimonies


Published on Aug 26, 2016
Vic Camp an Oglala Nation activist give and statement for KOLC-KOLC-TV, calling for support and concerns over the Dakota Access Pipeline. Please share


Published on Aug 28, 2016
Here is another testimony of Dakota Access Pipeline Rally done by Dr. Sara Jumping Eagle.She reside on the Standing Rock Reservation and works at the hospital there. Like to thank her for her presentation.


Published on Aug 29, 2016
Paula Antoine, from the Rosebud Reservation gives testimony from the Dakota Access Pipeline Rally. Very informative information. I wonder why must of my interviews were of Lakota women. I asked plenty of men to state their stands...KOLC will be coming up once again on Sept 8th, please contact us if you wish to make comments, statements, testimony. I do have two more Oglala Lakota men to edit yet. -Tony Brave


Published on Aug 27, 2016
This report was done 8-26-16 at the Sacred Stone Camp. Phyllis Young gives an overview of how this rally came about and where it is going. #NODAPL -Tony Brave


Published on Sep 1, 2016
Ron LaFrance is one of the Chiefs form St. Regis Mohawk Tribe. He gives testimony on Dakota Access Pipeline Rally. Recorded on site at the Sacred Stone Camp -Tony Brave


Published on Sep 1, 2016
Lone Hill speaks in Lakota and english in this piece about Dakota Access Pipeline.



Published on Sep 4, 2016
This video was recorded September 3rd 2016. Tim Mentz speaks of the destruction of sacred site and other places by Dakota Access Pipeline. This information is very important for the world to see.. Please share with all and tell them to share Wopila Tanka. -Tony Brave

NOTE: there is a 20 second section that got corrupt at the end. If I fix I will be posting a new video with that section in. Sorry




Published on Sep 17, 2016
This video was recorded September 3rd 2016. Tim Mentz speaks of the destruction of sacred site and other places by Dakota Access Pipeline. This information is very important for the world to see.. Please share with all and tell them to share Wopila Tanka.

[font size="3"]NOTICE: This video is a new edit I had to do. I had a tech problem with a P2 card spanned clip and could not get part 2 of this shoot. It took awhile but I got it.

There is five more minutes added. Mr. Mentz gives more details about what happened on September 3rd, 2016. There is more historical and cultural information explained. -Tony Brave[/font]

Note: If it's technology you are guaranteed that something may go wrong or break..... just like a pipeline. No DAPL!!!!




Published on Sep 6, 2016
Testimony is given by Phil Lane Jr. in support of the Dakota Access Pipeline Rally. He is thankful for living this day to see the sacred prophecies come to pass before his eyes with one heart, one mind.




Published on Sep 8, 2016
This recording was made at the Sacred Stone Camp. Herald covers key points in our history and the environment.




Published on Sep 10, 2016
Chairman Dave Archambault II. gives the world a thank you for all the support that was given to Dakota Access Pipeline Rally.




Published on Sep 14, 2016
The youth are the first to start this rally. Gracie Claymore is but one of the hundreds that are participating in this struggle.


CARRY IT ON FOR BERNIE SANDERS by BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE

DAPL You're Not Welcome To North Dakota!



Published on Aug 25, 2016
Welcome to North Dakota - the 2nd largest oil exporter in North America. It is estimated there's over 300 oil leaks per year within this state alone, and more than 170 of those incidents come from pipeline leaks. Many leaks go unreported, unknown even, and when companies report leaks to the local government there isn't any public notice.

The state of North Dakota takes approximately 2.5 years just to clean up 20,000 gallons of oil meaning most messes are left uncleaned and more and more damage is being done both to the environment and to local communities. This effects everyone, we must take a stand and protect our land today. Water is life, water is our connection to everything!

The crisis in North Dakota effects all communities and this video exposes the oil obsession and disasters associated with the boom. From oil shipping trains exploding to pipelines bursting thousands of barrels of crude oil onto the fields of farmers. Residents and Native American tribes are coming together to demand an end to the greed and destruction.

Thousands rely on the Missouri river including the plants and wildlife; it's a beautiful river and we have absolutely no reason to recklessly throw it away to an oil company. When will America wake up and say enough is enough?

📷 Video edit by http://fb.com/wearethemedia
#nativelivesmatter #nodapl #dakotaaccesspipeline

➡ Who Are These Protectors? http://rezpectourwater.com
➡ Donate supplies and contact them: http://sacredstonecamp.org
➡ Get involved and learn more: http://UpToUs.net
➡ Support the Sacred Stone Spirit Camp legal fund: http://fundrazr.com/d19fAf
➡ Support Arizona tribes in their fight: http://gofundme.com/2jrctgrg

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Footage & information provided by:
Lyle Payne (North Dakota Pipeline Overshots):


Wo Lakota (North Dakota Scenery):


Kyle Martin (BW footage/commentary)


The Big Picture RT
www.youtube.com/channel/UCY8x1K2FMBw-jm-WCPbcHEg

RT America
www.youtube.com/channel/UCczrL-2b-gYK3l4yDld4XlQ

Democracy Now


The Young Turks


Big Story AP
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/ap-new...

Rueters
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The Lip TV


Gila River History:
UNNATURALCAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
www.unnaturalcauses.org

Lakota People Video Footage from National Geographic


Oil Spill Numbers Source:
www.ndhealth.gov/ehs

Allie Frendricks (photo and horses video)
Kwavol Hi'osik
Karma
Naelyn Pike
Paul Vercammen
Shailene Woodley
Category
People & Blogs
License
Standard YouTube License

Military Vets, against the pipeline, went to every cop and thanked them for their service...

Military Vets, against the pipeline, went to every cop and thanked them for their service. NO WEAPONS, JUST LOVE.

Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against the #DakotaAccessPipeline



Published on Aug 11, 2016
People stood in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to protect their water from the #DakotaAccessPipeline. 10 people were arrested throughout the whole day.

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