Video posted to Facebook by Curtis Ray Yaz with the comment:
They ran towards us shooting “less lethal” (Not as lethal, but still capable of being lethal) rounds at us while charging on snow machines, picking off people and dragging them back across the bridge. When I ran up the hill I heard 3 shots and was sure they were for me, right then I looked to my right and a brother was on the ground screaming curled into a ball. Then the tear gas came. #NODAPL #WeAreStillHere
Later that night he posted:
Everybody in the crew made it back, shot up, maced, tazers shot at, de-arrested, sent to the hospital, taken away by medics . . . and we still laughing our asses off about all of it while we “debrief.”
We finished our third night of actions with smoked pipes, smudge and song. It’s hard out here but there’s beauty in the struggle, it’s up to you to find that shit and love it. #NODAPL
Just moments after becoming the 45th president of the United States, the White House was quick to scrub the Native American web pages from their website.
Change is inevitable when a presidential administration occurs. Within hours of the presidential transition, the White House, now under the control of President Donald Trump, took down the Native Americans web page that was part of the Obama White House website for the past eight years.
Also gone from the Trump White House website are web pages on civil rights, people with disabilities and climate change.
Also published on Medium.