Currently Native American lands are being threaten by being sold off by the government to oil companies to build the Dakota pipeline. Their water and climate are endangered. How will you protect it.
Can you ensure tribal rights to clean drinking water and sacred land are protected?
This question currently involves the Dakota Access Pipeline native american rights and the environment.
Elaborate on your thoughts of the environmental impact, regulatory issues, as well as the cultural impact on the First Nation People of America.
An oil spill could contaminate the water supply to 10 Million plus people. Not to mention sacred tribal sites have been destroyed during installation. When are we going to move toward clean energy?
Over 200 Native American Tribes have gathered at Cannon Ball, North Dakota to protect the water source of the Missouri river and sacred sites from construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and groups in Iowa oppose the DAPL's efforts to place its pipe line under the Missouri and other rivers, including the Mississippi. What are your solutions?
Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in ND has led to violence against the protesters that hearken back to the Civil Rights Movement. The next president will have to resolve this issue.
Corporate, private and public interests don't always have the same vision. Leadership is needed to oversee difficult situations such as the current conflict involving the Standing Rock tribe.
US government has repeatedly violated land & treaties w/ Native Americans. Isn't it about time we stopped & honor the above.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is only the most recent in a long history of explicit oppression against native peoples.
The DAPL has bulldozed Native burial grounds, and peaceful protesters have been met with brute violence. There is currently a House Bill to turn protected Native lands into oil and gas drilling zones.
Indigenous or Native American Indians are being raped, again. Their land is being taken from them. Pipelines are being placed on or near their land. The media is not covering these atrocities.
Specifically the situation at Standing Rock and the escalating violence from the DAPL company not the unarmed peaceful protesters.
First Nation tribes from around the world are gathering to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline Project. The Lakota want their Black Hills back as the Supreme Court ruled it was taken illegally.
Our government is allowing big oil to put a pipeline through Native American burial sites and risking our water supply. Will they defend their rights or help the corporations
Native tribes are once again embroiled in a struggle for sovereignty over their lands, trying to stop unwanted oil pipelines. Their protest has in fact been one of the biggest protests in history.
Pipelines, fracking, non-compliance of ICWA, treaty agreements, sovereignty rights and Tribal laws have been an on-going problem for decades. How will you finally address Tribal communities?
Thousands of Indigenous people are peacefully camped out at Standing Rock in opposition to an oil pipeline that threatens their water and our climate. Will you join them in opposing the pipeline?
With the DAPL situation, America is seeing yet another mark in a pattern of trampling over the rights of Native Americans. What will you do to protect the rights of these people?
Native Americans and allies from around the globe are standing up to big oil to protect our water. WILL YOU?
An oil company has attacked civilians protesting a disastrous pipe line being built through Indigenous private property while state and federal government refuse to help, and the media stays silent.
Why haven't you addressed history being made?
Given the first nations' and climate change activists' protests and our surpassing the 400 mark in CO2 emissions, how can you address the topic of this new fossil fuel system's effects.
30+ years of 'welfare" programs are not working in black inner-cities. they can't do it themselves. they need help with a massive long-range federal/state/ local coordinated civil rights program.