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Long before Lewis and Clark paddled by, Native Americans built homes here at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers, using the thick earth to guard against brutal winters and hard summer heat. They were called the Mandan people.

With echoes of Wounded Knee, tribes mount prairie occupation to block North Dakota pipeline

Long before Lewis and Clark paddled by, Native Americans built homes here at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers, using the thick earth to guard against brutal winters and hard summer heat. They were called the Mandan people.

Indigenous United against Dakota Access Pipeline! The largest Native American…

Indigenous United against Dakota Access Pipeline! The largest Native American… I should mention that they prefer you NOT use the words protest or protestor. They are water protectors.

Veterans Head To Standing Rock To Support 'We The People' | TheRealNews | Published Nov 11, 2016 | https://youtu.be/lOJ7UgookJg | Reporting from Standing Rock in North Dakota | Thank goodness our veterans are going to stand up and protect and defend the people and the water! Click to watch and share video (2:20).

Veterans Head To Standing Rock To Support Native People Just Trying To Hold Onto Own Land & Clean Water

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the Dakota Access Pipeline threatens public health and welfare on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe relies on the waters of

The picture on the top right and bottom left look like they are forming a cross.

The picture on the top right and bottom left look like they are forming a cross.

'Miracles Are Happening': Photos of the Tireless Women of Standing Rock | "Thanks to the efforts of Standing Rock protesters, the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has been diverted. Photographer Celine Guiout went to Standing Rock to shoot the women who made it happen." Click to read and share the full article. #NoDAPL

'Miracles Are Happening': Photos of the Tireless Women of Standing Rock

Thanks to the efforts of Standing Rock protesters, the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has been diverted. Photographer Celine Guiout went to Standing Rock to shoot the women who made it happen.

This is the face of Standing Rock. http://egardeningtools.com/product-category/watering/sprinklers/

This is the face of Standing Rock. This is who they're spraying with water hoses in sub-freezing temperatures, and shooting rubber bullets at.

Thousands of Wild Buffalo Appear Out of Nowhere at Standing Rock! Native Americans attempting to stop a pipeline from being built on their land just got help from a large herd of wild buffalo. In the midst of mass arrests, mace attacks & baton beatings, a stampede of bison suddenly appeared at Standing Rock near protest camp. A cry of joy erupted from the Standing Rock Sioux, as they had been praying for assistance from the  Buffalo during their standoff with riot police & national…

Standing Rock: Thousands of Wild American Bison Appear Out Of Nowhere Givers of Courage: Thousands of wild American Bison appear from nowhere at Standing Rock

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