“What all tribes want to leave to the next generations are our lands, waters, natural resources and sacred places,” said Brian Cladoosby, chairman of the Swinomish Tribe in Washington state and a key opponent of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline. Cladoosby, left, met President Obama, center, and Dow Constantine, right, on the tarmac when Obama arrived on Air Force One at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, on June 24, 2016.
“What all tribes want to leave to the next generations are our lands, waters, natural resources and sacred places,” said Brian Cladoosby, chairman of the Swinomish Tribe in Washington state and a key opponent of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline. Cladoosby, left, met President Obama, center, and Dow Constantine, right, on the tarmac when Obama arrived on Air Force One at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, on June 24, 2016. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
“What all tribes want to leave to the next generations are our lands, waters, natural resources and sacred places,” said Brian Cladoosby, chairman of the Swinomish Tribe in Washington state and a key opponent of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline. Cladoosby, left, met President Obama, center, and Dow Constantine, right, on the tarmac when Obama arrived on Air Force One at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, on June 24, 2016. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Tribes’ message to Obama: Help us block the Dakota pipeline

September 23, 2016 04:51 PM