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What do you want to know?

At the height of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests we put together a roundup of our audience members’ most pressing questions. You can read that here. We’re still taking your questions about these issues. Submit yours below—your question could become our next story.

Discussing the issues

At the premiere screening at the Sie FilmCenter in Denver, Inside Energy correspondent and the film’s producer Leigh Paterson moderated a Q&A discussion following the film, featuring:

  • Amy Sisk, Inside Energy’s reporter covering the Dakota Access Pipeline on the ground. Her extensive coverage of the issue for NPR is ongoing.
  • Jonathan Thompson, award-winning journalist and contributing editor for High Country News. He’s covered Native American and public lands issues across the West for over a decade.
  • Antonia Gonzales, Navajo, has covered indigenous issues for tribal and public radio stations for over a decade as anchor and producer of National Native News, and now also as a correspondent for New Mexico PBS’ New Mexico In Focus.

You can catch watch the full Q&A from the night, right here:


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