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I Stand with Standing Rock

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Clergy Call to Action.

To the broader church: As Christians, we, the undersigned clergy, are conditioned by the gospel to stand on the side of the persecuted and the jailed. As

Native American Photos on Twitter: "Rain-in-the-Face was unjustly imprisoned by Capt. Thomas Custer, (General Custer's brother), 1874. He escaped and went on to fight at Little Big Horn, where, according to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "he cut the heart out of Thomas Custer." https://t.co/wX2lDraPNO"

“Rain-in-the-Face was unjustly imprisoned by Capt. Thomas Custer, (General Custer's brother), 1874. He escaped and went on to fight at Little Big Horn, where, according to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "he cut the heart out of Thomas Custer."”

A major showdown is brewing in federal court as the backers of the $3.8 billion…

A major showdown is brewing in federal court as the backers of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline insist they haven't destroyed any sacred sites or burial grounds.

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A proposed oil pipeline is set to begin construction on tribal lands in North Dakota. Members of various Native American reservations gathered Monday to try to stop it.

A proposed oil pipeline is set to begin construction on tribal lands in North Dakota. Members of various Native American reservations gathered Monday to try to stop it.

Rare historical photos of the Standing Rock Sioux - CNN.com

More than a century ago, Frank Bennett Fiske had a photography studio at Fort Yates, a US Army post in the middle of a North Dakota Indian reservation. His rarely seen photos of Native Americans offer a fascinating glimpse of a bygone era.