MADISON, Wis. — Google Maps told the Koenig brothers the trip to Standing Rock would take nine hours. But Google didn’t know how how many donated items — warm clothing, camping supplies and dry food — filled the 18-foot trailer they drove, slowing them down for all the right reasons. They put a flag for their Ho-Chunk tribe on the trailer, so it could fly alongside them as they drove. Continue reading Bronson Koenig becomes Native American role model he never had
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They should become your favorite food and you should try to eat one every day. Its rich and creamy texture makes it perfect for a million combinations Continue reading You’ve Been Throwing Away Avocado Seeds Because No One Told You This…
If Malia Obama’s first week as a former first daughter is anything to go by, the 18-year-old’s re-entry into civilian life appears to be going smoothly. Continue reading Malia Obama Joins #NoDAPL Dakota Access Pipeline Protest
During the ongoing protests at Standing Rock, something strange has been happening: the cell phones of water protectors have been mysteriously draining of their fully charged batteries right before their eyes, and having their GPS turned on without their knowledge. Continue reading Government’s Secret Internet Killswitch May Have Been Used at #NoDAPL and Other Protests
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A year ago, the Dakota Access Pipeline seemed inevitable. But you helped show the world what it means to build a movement. Continue reading Submit a public comment on the Dakota Access Pipeline
Tribe says Donald Trump’s executive order instructing the Army corps of engineers to approve project is not backed by ‘proper consultation’ Continue reading Standing Rock Sioux tribe says Trump is breaking law with Dakota Access order