Bureau of Indian Affairs
By Steve Ahlquist on October 16, 2017
“Whoever signed the water deal for the sake of the Burrillville power plant was not authorized on the part of the Narragansett Tribe,” said Tribal Councilor Randy Noka…
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By Richard DuPonte on December 2, 2016
From behind prison walls, a consideration of and possible solution to the standoff at Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline, courtesy of the Prison Op/Ed Project.
Posted in Environmental Racism, Featured, Prison op/ed project | Tagged Bureau of Indian Affairs, Dakota Access Pipeline, DAPL, fracking, National Parks Service, Native Americans, NoDAPL | Leave a response