Terra Verde

Standing Rock and the Flowering of Native Resistance

Since late August, Indigenous people and their allies descended on camps along Cannonball River at the northern boundary of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, to decry the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline, if built, would stretch one thousand one hundred and seventy-two miles (1,172) miles and carry half a million … Continued


Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Lawyer: Judge’s Ruling Allows Dakota Access to “Desecrate” Sacred Ground; Water Protectors Lock Their Bodies to Machines to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline Construction; Iowa Landowners Sue to Stop Dakota Access Construction, Say Pipeline Provides No Public Service; Exclusive: Migrant Mother Says She Was Pushed to End Hunger Strike to Win Release … Continued


Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Lawyer: Judge’s Ruling Allows Dakota Access to “Desecrate” Sacred Ground; Water Protectors Lock Their Bodies to Machines to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline Construction; Iowa Landowners Sue to Stop Dakota Access Construction, Say Pipeline Provides No Public Service; Exclusive: Migrant Mother Says She Was Pushed to End Hunger Strike to Win Release … Continued


Standing Rock Sioux Chairman: Dakota Access Pipeline “Is Threatening the Lives of My Tribe”; Native Activist Winona LaDuke: Pipeline Company Enbridge Has No Right to Destroy Our Future; Hate Crime in Tulsa: Khalid Jabara’s Family Speaks Out After His Murder by Racist White Neighbor; Father of Muslim Women Murdered in Chapel Hill to Jabara Family: … Continued


Standing Rock Sioux Chairman: Dakota Access Pipeline “Is Threatening the Lives of My Tribe”; Native Activist Winona LaDuke: Pipeline Company Enbridge Has No Right to Destroy Our Future; Hate Crime in Tulsa: Khalid Jabara’s Family Speaks Out After His Murder by Racist White Neighbor; Father of Muslim Women Murdered in Chapel Hill to Jabara Family: … Continued


Trina Robbins, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. A legend in comic book circles, an artist at a time when hardly any women drew comics, Trina Robbins discusses her latest book, a memoir, “Last Girl Standing,” which deals with her life as an artist, author, and clothing designer. She was the first woman to edit a comic book created by women, “It Ain’t Me Babe,” the first woman to draw “Wonder Woman,” and the single most influential historian of the women who created comics and cartoons.