Standing Rock Resources

Information on the Standing Rock Sioux and the Dakota Access Pipeline protests

The following is a list of articles, websites, and other resources intended to promote awareness of the ongoing Dakota Access pipeline protests led by the members of the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.

News and Opinion

Heim, Joe. 2017. “Native American professor resigns over disputed lecture series.” The Washington Post, Oct. 30.

Hammel, Paul. 2017. “On Day 1 of Keystone XL pipeline hearings, lawyers on both sides spar over issues of credibility and relevancy.” Omaha World-Herald, Aug. 8.

Levin, Sam. 2017. “‘Opportunity for healing’: General Custer’s relative visits Standing Rock.” The Guardian, Feb. 15.

DiChristopher, Tom. 2017. US judge rejects tribes’ latest effort to stop Dakota Access pipeline progress.” CNBC, Feb. 13.

Erdrich, Louise. 2016. “How to Stop a Black Snake.” New York Times op ed, Dec. 10.

Romero, Robby. 2016. “Standing Rock Stronghold: Where Sitting Bull Lives on and the Struggle of Our People Unfolds.” Cultural Survival. Dec. 40(4): 10-11.

Anaya, S. James. 2015. “Is An Optional Protocol Required In Relation To The UN Declaration On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples?” Cultural Survival. June 39(2).

Organizational Resources

List of Investors in the Dakota Access Pipeline. Democracy Now.

Standing Rock Syllabus. NYC Stands for Standing Rock committee.

History of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

Video and Documentary Sources

Sacred Water: Standing Rock, Part I. Viceland.

Sacred Water: Standing Rock, Part II. Viceland.

Hale, Mike. 2017. “Viceland’s ‘Rise’ Relives the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests.” New York Times, Jan. 26.