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  1. Will I have to sell?

No, you don’t. You will never be forced to sell your land.

  1. How will I be paid?

Funds must be deposited into an Individual Indian Money (IIM) account established in the seller’s name. You then choose debit card, check, or to a bank of your choice.

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Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Meeting - Special Session: XL Pipe Line Issue

OST Council Chambers - April 18, 2014 - 11am

South Unit Badlands National Park

Shield The People - by Oyate Wahacanka

Can a Tipi Stop a Pipeline?

Keystone Tar Sands / XL Pipeline. Nearly everyone is familiar with these words and most have at least some opinion about what they represent. Those who are willing to sacrifice the very things which make life possible on this planet for personal gain, they mean fabulous wealth and power. For some, they only mean possibly saving a few cents at the gas pump. For others, who have studied the short and long term effects of what these words represent, a far more grim reality becomes apparent.

The most reputable scientists from all over the world have made their findings on these projects known to the governments of the United States, Canada, the United Nations and this research is in agreement with the beliefs and ancient knowledge of the First Nations people of the American continents; we are putting the ability for living organisms to survive on this planet at grave risk! The indigenous peoples have long understood the relationship of man and nature. Ironically, it is these very people who now bear the initial brunt and negative effects of these projects.”

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Resolution 14-19XB - XL Pipeline Permit

A resolution of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Executive Board requesting honorable President Barrack Obama to deny the Keystone XL Pipeline a Presidential Permit to pass to cross International Treaty Boundaries.

Resolution 14-20XB - Obama Enviornmental Record

A resolution of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Executive Committee to hold president Barrack H. Obama accountable on his environmental record; on his record with the Tribal Nations, including his relatives in the Crow Tribe; and on his community organizing record; by encouraging him not to mar his legacy by approving the Keystone XL Pipeline on his watch.


Comments are Open for Public Discussion. Comments will not be regulated and are open for the public to express their opinions. And are not in any way official statements of the Oglala Sioux Tribe or any employee of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. Comments will be updated between the hours of 8am and 4:30pm Mountain Time.

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