In recent weeks, protests against the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline across North Dakota have escalated. This is the Indigenous Rights Report for the week of November 2, For nearly three decades, the month of November has been recognized as Native American Heritage Month. Bipartisan support through Presidential Proclamations and law formally recognized and honored the contributions of Native and Indigenous peoples throughout the month.
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