Almost four years after my visit to Standing Rock…

Keystone: ‘This is what pipelines do: They spill’

pipline leak

Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019 photo provided by the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality shows affected land from a Keystone oil pipeline leak near Edinburg, North Dakota. Regulators said TC Energy’s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 383,000 gallons of oil in northeastern North Dakota, though the cause was still under investigation. (North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality/Taylor DeVries)

Here is the news about the pipeline leaking once again four years after I went to Standing Rock to protest the building of the pipeline, four years after I brought a banner from my school to present to the elders.

No one listens to the people.

No one cares about the land.

Greed and corruption rule the land.


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