In this special broadcast from North Dakota, Patty Peltekos talks with Tara Widner, water protectors and volunteers at Standing Rock. You can visit the following sites for more information & where people can help with donations: medichealercouncil.com sacredstonecamp.org ocetisakowincamp.org
Phyllis Hasbrouch from 350-Madison talks about the Standing Rock water guardians, assaults by law enforcement, and an upcoming food drive and delivery to the protester camp. U.W. Madison and Whitewater students will be collecting and driving durable foods (cabbage, winter squash, eggs, etc), with sorting of food starting at 2:30 on Thursday, November 10, at […]
The Standing Rock protests continue as water protectors peacefully fight for their land. WORT continues its extended coverage of the situation in North Dakota and the #NoDAPL protests with guests Barbara With and Cody Hall.
The standoff between Native American demonstrators and Energy Transfer Partners escalated this week with arrests and further use of force at Standing Rock, North Dakota. Ivan Looking Horse is a member of the Lakota Nation, and has been protesting the pipeline from the reservation since April. He joins Tony Castaneda to discuss the latest developments […]
Today on A Public Affair Esty Dinur and Rebecca Kemble discuss Standing Rock, #NoDAPL, and the role of women in the rising global indigenous-led movement to protect the earth and her water and other resources. Guests include Tara Houska, Couchiching Ojibwe tribal rights attorney in Washington, D.C., founder of Not Your Mascots, writer and the Native American […]
In a powerful interview with WORT News, LaDonna Brave Bull of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe spoke with Producer Alejandro Alonso Galva and Madison activist Jessie Brown about fears of death and the dangers of the pipeline. LaDonna volunteered her land to start the protest camps on April 1st. Four camps full of demonstrators have […]