Blue Like a River: Burning the Bridge Between Red and White at Standing Rock

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From April 2016 to February 2017, the protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline caught the attention of the world. Thousands gathered on the banks of the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota to supposedly stand against the pipeline, prejudice, and police. But was that what was really going on? Was it ever that simple? This is the story of looking at what was behind the curtain, and a chance to hear the stories of people who weren't heard or given a chance to speak. You will read interviews from emergency service personnel, farmers and ranchers, community organizers, and more. Photos, maps, timelines, and more help paint a picture mainstream media did not show and reveal an event that was far more complex than most people realized.


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Julie R. Neidlinger
Publication Details:
Lone Prairie Art Works, 2017
Book Details:
Paperback 446 pages