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The New Yorker: A Pipeline Fight and America’s Dark Past.

The fight for environmental sanity—against pipelines and coal ports and other fossil-fuel infrastructure—has increasingly been led by Native Americans, many of whom are in that Dakota camp today. They speak with real authority—no one else has lived on this continent for the long term.” You know where my sympathies lie. How do you put an ancestor back on the path to eternity, after a bulldozer has desecrated their resting place? One of the most important news items of this year, and it’s not being discussed nearly enough.

09/06/16 • 07:17 PM • EnvironmentalHuman RightsLawPolitics • No Comments

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