Environment reporter Lynda Mapes talks media coverage of the resistance at Standing Rock on KALW radio
For Immediate Release — Feb. 24, 2017
Lindsay Taylor, Consumer Marketing Manager
Guests on KALW talked about the forced evacuation of the remaining Native Americans and their allies at Standing Rock today.
The subject: How has the media covered the struggle of the largest gathering of Native Americans in recent history joining forces to oppose the $3.8B Dakota Access oil pipeline?
Mapes joins the conversation at the ~19:30 minute mark. Listen to the show here.
Lynda Mapes, reporter with the Seattle Times covering the environment, natural history, and Native American tribes
Simon Moya-Smith, culture editor of Indian Country Today, and contributor to CNN
Andrew Cockburn, Washington editor for Harper’s magazine, and author of Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins
The Seattle Times: Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp closed; 46 holdouts arrested