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2017 Media

TigerSwan Responded to Pipeline Vandalism by Launching Multistate Dragnet

April 26, 2017

Infamous private security TigerSwan was hired by Dakota Access, LLC. to conduct surveillance and investigations on Water Protectors and allies. Later, documents were released comparing them to "eco-terrorists" and "jihadists."

Christine Nobiss was one of their targets.

Heed Iowa’s Native Leaders - By Ed Fallon


July 13, 2017


Most of the mainstream media missed it, as did most of Iowa’s political leaders. You might have missed it too, but last week, a truly important event happened in Des Moines.

Midwest Telegraph Weekly Podcast with Indigenous Iowa


July 12, 2017


Indigenous Iowa and Little Creek Camp founder Christine Nobiss talks about the work she is doing to protect the water in Iowa and all along the Dakota Access Pipeline which threatens the water supply of 18 million people. We discuss indigenous rights, abuse of eminent domain, Native/Black solidarity and other related issues.


Indigenous Iowa on Umatilla Reservation Community Radio, KCUW 104.3 FM


June 15, 2017


Cindy Halfmoon interviews Christine Nobiss (Co-Founder of Indigenous Iowa, Little Creek Camp) Thomas Bettles and Belisa Ganuelas about environmental advocacy, the last stand of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Renewable Energy, Meth in Mission and lots, lots more.


The Dakota Access Pipeline Struggle with co-host Jacqueline Keeler, and guests Christine Nobiss and Desiree Kane


June 6, 2017


Monthly co-host Jacqueline Keeler joins Paul Roland to lead this discussion looking at the aftermath (and continuation) of the massive movement to try to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, most prominently at Standing Rock, North Dakota. On the phone are Christine Nobiss and Desiree Kane.

They’re back: Dakota pipeline protesters set up camp to back Iowa farmers


May 18, 2017


After the collapse of the Dakota Access protest in February, Christine Nobiss of Indigenous Iowa returned to the Hawkeye State and founded Little Creek Camp, a collection of tents and tipis dedicated to keeping the spirit of Standing Rock alive.


Little Creek Camp Movement Grinnell


May 18, 2017


Thanks to Gabriel Eisen for putting together this amazing showcase of The Little Creek Camp Movement Grinnell, which is made up of a group of amazing university students that support the camp.


Oil is Flowing in the Dakota Access Pipeline, but Protesters Aren't Giving Up


May 11, 2017


Even as oil flows through the now-completed Dakota Access pipeline, the fight against the hotly contested line still lives on in a makeshift camp here in Iowa County.


Iowans march for the planet from Iowa City to Des Moines to D.C.


May 5, 2017


Christine Nobiss, co-chair of Indigenous Iowa, traveled to Washington, D.C. to speak at the 200,000-strong march.

How Little Creek Camp Is Keeping #NoDAPL Fight Alive


April 20, 2017


Jordan Chariton of TYT Politics interviewing Christine Nobiss on the purpose of Little Creek Camp and what people can do to help and get involved.

Digital Smoke Signals interviews Christine Nobiss


March 22, 2017


Digital Smoke Signal Update: From D.C. to New York to Lancaster and now onto Flint, MI. After years of forced colonization our voice is still being heard in its truest form. Our existence is our resistance.

The People for Bernie Sanders interview with Christine Nobiss


March 21, 2017


Desiree Kane interviews Christine Nobiss. Little Creek Camp is open, the #NoDAPL fight continues in Iowa where more than 30% of the pipe resides. There is an opportunity to force DAPL to potentially re-route around 9 land owners property.

Solidarity Rally Against the Ban


February 5, 2017


At the Solidarity Rally Against the Ban in Iowa City, Christine Nobiss welcomes immigrants and refugees into the USA.

Women's March in Des Moines


January 21, 2017


Christine Nobiss at the Women's March in Des Moines, Iowa. It was the second biggest protest in Iowa history with 26,000 people present.

Women's March in Des Moines


January 21, 2017


Marisa Miakonda Cummings (Umonhon) speaking at the Women's March in Des Moines. Amazing!

MLK Birthday Party


January 15, 2017


Christine Nobiss, speaking about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the legacy he left us. A legacy of determination that continually keeps us inspired.

DAPL Timber Still Sitting in Boone County, Iowa


January 27, 2017


Mark Edwards and Christine Nobiss speaking about the timber pile that DAPL has left sitting in Boone County. The timber is most likely not soaked in creosote, but we can not be %100 sure of that. We know it is treated, we just don't know with what.

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