David Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, is a leading spokesperson for protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline. He has spoken on Indigenous rights before the Human Rights Council of the United Nations and written in the New York Times. He recently was named by Foreign Policy magazine as a Global Thinker 2016 for his stewardship of the Dakota/Lakota homeland.
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