By Kent Lebsock
Owe Aku International
Al Jazeera has done a fair story on Lakota resistance to the KXL Pipeline, one of the few major networks to cover the story from the Red Nations' perspective. Owe Aku leadership uses the opportunity to spread the message that the pipeline will not cross Lakota land.
Native Americans speak out against Keystone XL pipelineFebruary 14, 2014
Buffalo Calf soaked in toxins from a pipeline rupture in the Yellowstone River basin in 2013
List of Pipeline Ruptures in the United States in the 21st century
The list was too long to put into an email but here's the link:
Yellowstone River sacred water after the rupture
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