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    North Dakota Pipeline

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    The North Dakota pipeline protest is arguably the most influential protest of our time, regarding Native Americans and the environment. There are certain things that should be endowed to any human being. And two of those things are access to clean drinking water and a place to lay their loved ones to rest. Native people have been protesting the construction of the North Dakota access pipeline for months now, with no end in site. The construction of this pipeline threatens not just native peoples water supply but the water supply of millions of Americans as well. However, native people have been baring the burden for us. This story has received minimal amount of news converge, in spite of its importance. Making us question what do we really…

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    A company called Energy Transfer Partners wants to build a pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois to transport oil. They say that this is the safest way to carry oil. The pipeline would be near the Stand Rock Sioux tribe, and could negatively affect them. The Native Americans believe that the pipeline would destroy their land and contaminate their water source. Thousands of people have come to protest the building of this pipeline. Should the North Dakota pipelines be built near Native American…

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    When I went to Jamestown North Dakota a medium sized city in the absolute middle of nowhere land. This place is so much in the middle of nowhere you didn't see anything until a mile a way. The way there took a long time it took four and a half hours.when we were there we went to a hotel there were we were staying it was a nice hotel on the edge of the city. The way home was less boring because we did more on the way back. We went out to eat a lot we didn't go out to eat one time while we…

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    North Dakota Drug Rehab

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    Drug Rehab in North Dakota Deciding to enroll in drug rehab in North Dakota is a significant step in overcoming drug and alcohol addiction. The process of turning your life around through addiction treatment is a life-changing undertaking. For this reason, you’ll want to speak with one of our rehab advisors. Our skilled staff will be able to discuss the many options available throughout North Dakota. They will also go over the various types of rehabilitation methods such as short-term and…

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    These hypothetical questions posed to you are the realities of the Standing Rock Sioux Native American Tribe right now. The Dakota Access Pipeline debate as to whether or not it should be relocated from the Sioux Native American reservation is presently taking place due to its construction being merely half of a mile downstream from protected sacred land. The Dakota Access Pipeline has already been relocated once before further south from Bismarck due to concerns that pipeline leaks would…

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    Dakota Nation(Santee) Native cultures of the americas Traditional location of Sioux tribes prior to 1770 (dark green) and their current reservations (orange) Ashley Rodriquez MYP American history (1st hr) October 19, 2015 The Dakota tribe was one of the three bands of Sioux a Native American tribe that resided in the upper lands of North America .The Dakota Sioux to was a nomadic tribe that traveled between Lands to live in the best hunting and gathering grounds. this…

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    Standing Rock protesters VS Army Corps of Engineers. A group of 200 Native Americans stood among the Standing Rock Indian Reservation on April 1st, 2016 to protest against the 3.7 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline. The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a pipeline that transfers 470,000 barrels of unpurified oil from Bakken North Dakota to a terminus near Patoka, Illinois (Epstien, 2016). On July 26th, 2016, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved the final word for the land easement and water…

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    Winona LaDuke, a Native American activist, stated, “In the end, there is no absence of irony: the integrity of what is sacred to Native Americans will be determined by the [U.S] government that has been responsible for doing everything in its power to destroy Native American cultures” (cite). This paper argues that the Dakota Access Pipeline is represented in the media as government intrusion and exploitation of Native Americans through environmental racism. The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is…

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    The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), also known as the Bakken pipeline because of the area where it begins, will transport 470,000 barrels of crude oil 1,168 miles every day from hydraulic fracturing sites in northwestern North Dakota down to Illinois, if built. There are conflicting reports as to whether the oil would be used in this country or if it would be exported. The current route of the pipeline is less than half of a mile from the Sioux’s reservation border. All along the route of the…

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    The Dakota access pipeline is an affliction to everyone who has a sense of compassion and understanding, especially to indigenous people who are being taxed with decisions and demands from careless people who conceal their true intentions with false facts and reasonings,when all they care about is the green in promising. Recently the $3.8 billion project has become one of America's most followed up protest, for it keeps gaining many people's attention with every protest and support. There are…

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