Standing Rock, Texas, and the Xicanx/Mexicanx nation

interview

In this live interview, we speak to Bryan Parras of TEJAS (Texas Environmental Advocacy Services) / Librotraficante and Dr. Tane Ward of Equilibrio Norte about Standing Rock, Texas being critical ground, and the connection to the current wave of Xicanx/Mexicanx peoples identifying as indigenous.

SOURCE: The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation
SOURCE: The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of Transportation

View the Pipleline Safety Tracker here:

LINK: http://projects.propublica.org/pipelines/
LINK: http://projects.propublica.org/pipelines/

ALSO SEE:

30 Years of Oil and Gas Pipeline Accidents, Mapped

Ayoyotes On The Ground camp for danzantes at Standing Rock

Prayer and fast in solidarity with Standing Rock

 

NoDAPL #NoTPPL #NoCPL #WaterIsLife#AguaEsVida

2 Replies to “Standing Rock, Texas, and the Xicanx/Mexicanx nation”

  1. excellent interview! much appreciation for all of the important work each of you is doing for each of your communities!

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