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Tribe Protesting Dakota Access Pipeline Asks Others To Divest

Tribe Protesting Oil Pipeline Asks Others To Divest, but Such Actions May Be Risky Image

Region: Tribal Nations

Topics: EnvironmentHuman RightsPolitics

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has submitted a treaty to more than 400 other indigenous nations, formally requesting that they divest from all financial institutions that have an interest in the multibillion-dollar Dakota Access Pipeline project. For the many tribes with limited fund resources, divestment could damage vital bank relationships, and for the few tribes enjoying gaming-related wealth, divestment would mean major economic restructuring.

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