Monthly Archives: November 2016

“They’re Just a Bunch of Burning Man Hippies” and Other Dehumanizing Memes

November 20, 2016, Métis journalist, Stephanie Cram publishes the following article for CBC News, highlighting some of the cultural differences she and her team reportedly saw between indigenous and non-indigenous residents of Oceti Sakowin. “To get the full experience of Standing … Continue reading

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The Bridge with Kira #NoDAPL update 11-19-16

Uŋpa Nuŋpa and Zephyr discuss the latest actions and events at Oceti Sakowin as well as what is next for our water protectors when the #NoDAPL fight is over. The Unicorn Riot interview Kira refers to in the begining of … Continue reading

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Paradigm Shifters: Badass Lakota on the Front Lines for Water Justice

  So important to me is my work in covering the Indigenous Resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline that I traveled to Standing Rock to support our water protectors, bring supplies and comforts of home and witness the human rights … Continue reading

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NoDAPL update 10-29-16 Uŋpa Nuŋpa, Didi Banerji & Zephyr Elise

Uŋpa Nuŋpa, Didi Banerji & Zephyr Elise speak of their first hand experiences of the 10-27-16 attack on water protectors by militarized police and removal of the Treaty Camp. Uŋpa Nuŋpa and Zephyr Elise spoke breifly of their capture and … Continue reading

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The Bridge with Kira featuring Denise Pictou Maloney & Susanne Posel

Kira welcomes Denise back to the bridge for a discussion about American Indian and First Nation struggles for eco-justice. Denise discussed the, often isolating, demands of her integrity in her struggle for justice for her mother, Annie Mae Pictou Aquash, … Continue reading

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