So, the environmental protests surround the construction of the Dakota Access Pipe Line moved elsewhere following the closer of the Stand Rock camp about a month ago. The fight is far from over and I thought I ought to write a front-page, omnibus post of events since the closing. (The headlines can be regularly found here.)
30 March—Bruised But Not Broken, Dakota Access Line Foes Turn to Keystone.
29 March—Native American lecture Saturday at First Congregational Church.
28 March—Oil Is Officially Running Through the Dakota Access Pipeline.
27 March—Protesters Ready to Put ‘Bodies on the Line’ to Block… Pipeline.
26 March—Norwegian Bank DNB Sells Its Share of Dakota Pipeline Funding.
25 March—North Dakota spill bigger than expected.
24 March—Veterans Vow Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline Isn’t Over.
23 March—Pipeline opponents tell QVCC students to ‘be the change you want.’
22 March—5 Water Warriors Defending Rights from North Dakota to Chile.
21 March—Dakota Access pipeline: ING sells stake in… victory for divestment push.
20 March—A New Controversy Rises As Oil Begins To Flow Through DAPL.
19 March—Indigenous Storytelling and Law Symposium speaks to optimism…
18 March—Aftermath of DAPL protest continues for farmers & ranchers.
17 March—Standing Rock Chairman Speaks Out Against Pro-DAPL Rumors.
16 March—Next Steps in Battle Against Dakota Access and Keystone Pipelines.
15 March—San Francisco Votes to Divest $1.2 Billion from Dakota Access.