Category Archives: #NoDAPL

Scotland: Solidarity with #StopSabalTrail and #NoDAPL from Faslane Peace Camp

Received on 10.03.17: No To The Sabal Trail & Dakota Access Pipelines! For over 500 years, unspeakable acts of violence and exploitation have been committed against the Indigenous Native peoples of America. In the name of profit and “development”, resource rich … Continue reading

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USA: Activists Vow to Continue Blocking Trains Shipping Fracking Sands to North Dakota Oil Fields

Press Release Activists Vow to Continue “BLOCKING TRAINS” Shipping Fracking Sands to North Dakota Oil Fields – Following Para-Military Raid Last Week Olympia, WA November 22, 2016: A train transporting fracking proppants to the Bakken Basin in North Dakota, the … Continue reading

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Bern, Switzerland: UBS bank attacked in solidarity with #NoDAPL

30.11.16: We paid a visit to UBS in Spiegel near Köniz last night. On the facade we expressed extensively with color what we think of the DAPL. We also put the ATM out of action. For months there have been … Continue reading

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Bern, Switzerland: Solidarity with the #NoDAPL protests

Let’s support the struggle of the Indigenous population against the ‘Dakota Access Pipeline’! The ‘DAPL’ is a petroleum pipeline under construction between the Bakken shalefields in North Dakota and Peoria in Illinois. The ‘DAPL’ project represents a massive threat to … Continue reading

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