AFTER AN early September crackdown during which private security forces unleashed dogs on Native and environmental activists fighting to halt the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL), people in cities across the U.S. held demonstrations to show solidarity with the protests and send the message: “We can’t drink oil. Keep it in the soil!”
The protests at Standing Rock are part of a long tradition of Native American resistance and struggle for justice.
Come to a discussion of the history of Native American resistance, the current struggle at Standing Rock, and how it can be connected to other struggles against oppression and injustice.
Ingersoll Hall 1141
2900 Bedford Ave.
2/5 trains to Flashbush Ave.
Q to Avenue H