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By Winona LaDuke
News From Indian Country Guest Perspective

Enbridge is going to need to do some accounting for us all. When Enbridge announced the cancellation of the proposed Sandpiper pipeline, after a four year battle in Minnesota, they bought a 28% interest in the ill fated Dakota Access pipeline.

Winona LaDuke and Honor The Earth bring you a regional discussion about pipeline projects in Anishinaaabe Akiing and HoChunk territories specifically and the great Great Lakes in general.  
By CODY LOOKING HORSE
Cannonball River, North Dakota (NFIC)

My name is Cody Looking horse, I am Haudenosaunee and Lakota, Sioux and my mother is Dawn Martin-Hill and she is Mohawk Professor at McMaster University. My mom was the first native woman in Canada to get her PhD in cultural anthropology.
Join Native American Educational Technologies, Inc (NAET) with a four segment, twenty-five minutes of video reviewing treaty battles that are helping preserve the pristine water and environment in Northern Wisconsin from mining, CAFOs, Pipelines and other activities dangerous to the clean water in our communities.

This stack of videos are selected and edited videos filmed at and near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. The video stack will include several current and older videos regarding the actions to protect the water from the Dakota Access Pipeline Project funded by $2.5 Billion in banking investment equity borrowed by the Dakota Access Corporation and Energy Transfer Partners owned by Texas Billionaire Kelcy Warren and funded mainly by foreign banking interests.

By Winona LaDuke
Special to News From Indian Country and Everybody Else

 Standing Rock is an unpredicted history lesson for all of us. More than any moment I recall since Wounded Knee, the Vietnam War, or the time of Martin Luther King, this moment stands as a crossroads in the battle for social justice. It is also an economic issue, in a time of economic system transformation, and profoundly a question of the future of this land. The world is watching.