Women's Magazine:Native American Journalist Rose Aguilar Reports from Standing Rock 
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Women's Magazine  Native American Journalist Rose Aguilar Reports from Standing Rock   
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Kate Rafael  Interviews  For non-profit use only. 
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Journalist Rose Aguilar reports from North Dakota near the Standing Rock reservation, where last week saw massive military mobilization involving police from five states as well as national guard troops evicted Native American and allied water protectors from a camp in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline. A member of the Native American Journalists Association, Rose talks about the people she has interviewed, including the great-granddaughter of Sitting Bull, the trauma caused by the police and what it means to her as a Native American journalist to be covering this gathering of tribes.  Rose Aguilar, host of KALW radio's Your Call, member of Native American Journalists Association 
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  KPFA Women's Magazine 
Topics
Environment | Environmental Racism | Environmental Activism | Nonviolence / Peace | Feminism | Police Brutality | Militarism | Indigenous | Racism  
 
 
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View Script  KPFA studios in Berkeley  10-30-2016  English 
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