Amy Goodman, Standing Rock Sioux member discuss ongoing pipeline protests

NEVN spoke to the "Democracy Now!" host and executive producer, as well as a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe

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Amy Goodman, Standing Rock Sioux member discuss ongoing pipeline protests

Desira Deschine of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe was on hand for Amy Goodman's Oct. 28 lecture in the Carson Ballroom on Arizona State's Tempe campus.

Desira Deschine of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe was on hand for Amy Goodman's Oct. 28 lecture in the Carson Ballroom on Arizona State's Tempe campus.

Jeremy Beren/Scottsdale Chronicle

Desira Deschine of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe was on hand for Amy Goodman's Oct. 28 lecture in the Carson Ballroom on Arizona State's Tempe campus.

Jeremy Beren/Scottsdale Chronicle

Jeremy Beren/Scottsdale Chronicle

Desira Deschine of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe was on hand for Amy Goodman's Oct. 28 lecture in the Carson Ballroom on Arizona State's Tempe campus.

Jeremy Beren, Managing Editor, Scottsdale Chronicle

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Northeast Valley News was on location at ASU Tempe’s Carson Ballroom on Oct. 28 to hear Amy Goodman of “Democracy Now!”, which has been to North Dakota to report on the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. This audio clip includes portions of exclusive interviews with Goodman and Desira Deschine, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.

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