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Your Call: Resistance at Standing Rock

Nov 28, 2016

On the November 28th edition of  Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance movement.

Militarized police forces continue to attack water protectors with tear gas, bean bag rounds, rubber bullets, sound cannons, and cold water in freezing temperatures. The Obama administration has tried to delay the project, but pipeline construction continues. So does the resistance. What’s next? Email your questions and comments to feedback@yourcallradio and join the conversation live at 10am with Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests:

JoBeth Brownotter, member of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Kandi Mossett, organizer with the Indigenous Environmental Network

Web Resources:

In These Times: An Indigenous Organizer at Standing Rock Speaks on Police Repression, Climate Chaos and Donald Trump

48hills: Reports from Standing Rock: Concussion grenades, hypothermia & the fight for clean water