Archives for Pipelines
In a direct response to comments from Friday's show, we address the actual damage done to Native lands and people. Oil spills, the Gold King mine disaster, Agent Orange in San Carlos, tar sands oil contamination, climate change refugees and many more examples.
In this episode Wes chills with his brother Isaac Murdoch. The focus is on culture and the Indian Act. Isaac is an artist, activist and all around bushman. You can follow him on Twitter: @IsaacMurdoch1 or check out his website at
TORONTO – On January 28th, 2017, a rally was held in Toronto in support of the water protectors in Standing Rock. The following are some scenes from the action. All videos were produced by by Real People's Media contributor Cuzdcrow.
In an in-depth interview The Rock Report discusses developments in the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline with Standing Rock Sioux Chairman, David Archambault. Interview published on February 3rd, 2017.
"Not my president, not my congress, not my court, not my bible, not my government, not my constitution." John Kane of Let's Talk Native gives a no-nonsense analysis of Trump's first week in office.
Kanenhariyo has been thinking a lot about Line 9 lately, and here's what he has to say about it.
Rachel Thevenard a 22 year old university student is running the entire length of the dangerous Line 9 pipeline this December and January. The other day she and members of her support team (Lindsay, Vanessa, and Heather) happened to be in the area and popped over to Kanenhariyo's to say…
Chase Iron Eyes, from Standing Rock, speaks to The Young Turks about the creation of a new sacred fire at Standing Rock and gives an explanation of the current situation in the camp and why people are still in camp. He speaks about the role of independent media in carrying…