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IIn this week's newsletter, you will read about nine black-footed ferrets introduced into Wind Cave National Park and Lawrence County's plan to implement security improvements in several county buildings. You will also learn about what may have been the first Thanksgiving celebration in South Dakota in 1812 and the lower-than-anticipated sales tax revenue in South Dakota. 

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Dakota Access Pipeline Action

DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE NEWS ARCHIVE This is a new Internet Archive project aiming to preserve all that is DAPL on social media, news articles, websites, and videos. You can submit more to them through the links available on the page.

      
     

    EZ Steps to CHECK OUT the book!!!!

    Woksape Tipi Joins First Nations Development Institute Celebrating Native American Heritage Month  #NativeReads Campaign!

    Check out Native Reads recommended childrens' literature titles!    30 MUST READ TITLES

    EZ STEPS TO BOOK CHECKOUT IN YOUR DISTRICT CENTER

     At your district libraryFIND THE LIBRARYFind the bookand read in the libraryboy and bookor check it out!

    Call (605) 455-6069 and tell us your name and the barcode on the back upper left corner of book. Let us know if you need the title(s) longer than two weeks.

    Finish the book?   book dropDrop in the red & white drop box found in each district library

    CONTACT US

    (605)455-6064          Michelle May Director  mmay@olc.edu

    (605)455-6067          Sharon Janis Assistant Dir. sharonrjanis@olc.edu

    (605)455-6069          Darleen Bear Killer Circulation/ILL  dbearkiller@olc.edu

    (605)455-6065          Tawa Ducheneaux  Archivist  tducheneaux@olc.edu

    (605)455-6063          Agnes Gay Assistant Archivist  agay@olc.edu

    (605)455-6066          Eric Peltier Resource & Outreach epeltier@olc.edu

     

     

    Check it out!

    HELPFUL LINKS FOR THOSE WANTING TO SUPPORT AND/OR TRAVELING TO STANDING ROCK

    Call List! Find all the numbers you need to voice your opposition 

    1.      Call North Dakota governor Jack Dalrymple at 701-328-2200 and demand he recall the National Guard, commit to deescalate tensions, publicly decry the illegal purchase of North Dakota private agricultural
    land by an out-of-state corporation, and refuse to use eminent domain in the service of corporate interests.

    2.      Call Morton County Sheriff's Department at 701-667-3330 or 701-328-8118 and demand they send home the National Guard and neighboring sheriff’s departments, cease strip searches and other gross human and civil rights violations, deescalate, and stand down.

    3.      Contact the North Dakota National Guard at 701-333-2000 and demand that they stand down.

    4.      Contact the White House at (202) 456-1111, (202) 456-1414, or
    whitehouse.gov/contact <http://www.whitehouse.gov/con tact> and demand that
    the administration directly intervene by recalling the National Guard, sending justice officials to hold officers accountable for human and civil rights violations, and explicitly reaffirming the treaties of 1851 and 1868.

    5.      Contact the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs at 202-224-2251 and demand that they condemn and launch an investigation into civil, human, and treaty rights violations perpetrated by the Morton County Sheriff’s office, the State of North Dakota, and the North Dakota National Guard.

    6.      Contact the US Attorney General’s Office at 202-353-1555,
    202-514-2000, or https://www.justice.gov/doj/we bform/your-message-department- justice and
    demand that they launch an investigation into and immediately prosecute violations outlined above.

    7.      Contact the US Department of Interior Office at 202-208-3100 or https://www.doi.gov/feedback and demand that they publicly condemn the actions of the Morton County Sheriff’s office, reaffirm the Treaties of 1851 and 1868, and substantively intervene in gross constitutional, civil, human, and treaty rights violations.

    8.      Call and email your representatives and senators (preferably at their local district offices!) and demand that they condemn the use of coercive military force against peaceful, prayerful protectors in violation of civil and human rights:
    https://m.house.gov/representa tives ; http://www.senate.gov/senators /contact

    9.      Call the US Army Corp of Engineers at (202) 761-5903 and demand that they permanently revoke the permit to drill under/across the Missouri River.


    10.  Survey this list of financial institutions supporting the DAPL, contact them to register your opposition, and then divest, divest, divest! http://www.yesmagazine.org/peo ple-power/how-to-contact-the- 17-banks-funding-the-dakota- access-pipeline-20160929
     
    11.  Contribute to the Sacred Stone Camp Legal Defense Fund: https://fundrazr.com/d19fAf

    12.  Contribute to the Sacred Stone Camp gofundme account: https://www.gofundme.com/sacre dstonecamp

    13.  Contribute to the Standing Rock NoDAPL fund: http://standingrock.org/

    14.  Call the executives of the companies that are building the pipeline:

    a.       Lee Hanse Executive Vice President Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.
    800 E Sonterra Blvd #400 San Antonio, Texas 78258 Telephone: (210) 403-6455
    Lee.Hanse@energytransfer.com

    b.      Glenn Emery Vice President Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. 800 E
    Sonterra Blvd #400 San Antonio, Texas 78258 Telephone: (210) 403-6762
    Glenn.Emery@energytransfer.com

    c.       Michael (Cliff) Waters Lead Analyst Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.
    1300 Main St. Houston, Texas 77002 Telephone: (713) 989-2404
    Michael.Waters@energytransfer. com

    15.  Sign one or more of the multiple petitions asking the administration,
    Army Corp, etc. to cease construction of the pipeline.

    16.  Post images, videos, and live streams, and tag US media outlets. #
    MediaMustReport <https://www.facebook.com/hash tag/mediamustreport?source= feed_text&story_id=10154479752 858886>
    #MniWiconi #WaterIsLife #NoDAPL #StandWithStandingRock #OcetiSakowin

    17.  Take time to read up on the issues, beginning with this incredible source assembled by leading Native Studies and allied scholars: https://nycstandswithstandingr ock.wordpress.com/standingrock syllabus/ 

    STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE

    STANDING ROCK SOLIDARITY NETWORK

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