Native Americans Mount Protest Against N. Dakota Oil Pipeline

Construction halted after more than 1,000 people swarm to protest the Dakota Access pipeline they believe threatens the Missouri River. By Phil McKenna A groundswell of Native American activists has temporarily shut down construction on a major new oil pipeline with an ongoing protest that has drawn approximately 1,200 people to Cannon Ball, N.D. See Also: When Protest Becomes Sacrament: Grady Sisters Heed a Higher Call Property Rights Outcry Stops Billion-Dollar Pipeline Project in Georgia Wave of Fossil Fuel Project Cancellations Follows Keystone XL Rejection 2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL read more


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