Vincent Schilling

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Editor for Indian Country Today and enrolled member of the Saint Regis Mohawk tribe

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Native Americans and environmentalists have come together from all over the country to protest an oil pipeline they say would disturb sacred land and threaten water supplies.

Dakota pipeline protests continue, judge reschedules hearing

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