Unicorn Riot screening tour with Black Snake Killaz on the historical events that unfolded in Standing Rock in resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unicorn Riot are on a speaking tour of campuses and community centers throughout 2018 in support of their feature documentary Black Snake Killaz.

Black Snake Killaz is a feature-length documentary film about the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. This film explores actions taken by water protectors to stop the construction of the oil pipeline and highlights actions taken by law enforcement, military, and corporate mercenaries to quell the months-long protest. Black Snake Killaz timelines the historical events that unfolded in Standing Rock throughout 2016 and brings you the raw experience from many frontline actions to protect the water. Although the Dakota Access Pipeline is completed, the impact of the movement will be long-lasting. As fossil fuel extraction projects continue to impact some of the most vulnerable communities throughout the United States of America, the importance of the water protectors story grows.

 

Unicorn Riot is a decentralized media organization of artists and journalists dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues.

Unicorn Riot operates non-hierarchically, independent of corporate or government control.

Recently they’ve covered how a new class action lawsuit was filed against the Washington Metropolitan Police Department over the mass arrest of over 200 people at a protest during Trump’s presidential inauguration on January 20, 2017.

They unveiled how in Thessaloniki Nazis and nationalists attacked two social centers, burning one to the ground, vandalized a Holocaust memorial, and tore down a sign promoting religious tolerance. Although police were present, no arrests were reported in either attacks on the social centers.

They reported on how the US Senate voted to reauthorize the legal underpinning for global mass surveillance carried out by the National Security Agency (NSA). The Senate passed Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA after the US House of Representatives approved the same legislation. President Trump signed the bill into law on Friday, January 19. The bill would extend unaccountable surveillance authorities for another seven years.

 

Unicorn Riot operates non-hierarchically, independent of corporate or government control. To support Unicorn Riot by bringing them to your campus or community, contact info [at] eviltwinbooking [dot] org

 

Book Unicorn Riot screening tour with Black Snake Killaz on the historical events that unfolded in Standing Rock in resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline

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