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North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux Aren’t Backing Down to Oil Pipeline Developers

Sarah Aziza Waging Nonviolence
Armed with drums, tribal flags, and cell phones, demonstrators moved to block the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.7 billion dollar crude-oil conduit slated to cut just 1,000 feet from the perimeter of native land. Confrontations began on Wednesday, August 10, when construction crews and private security hired by Energy Transfer Partners, the Texas-based developers overseeing the pipeline, arrived to break ground. Fourteen Arrests were made on Thursday...
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