Dakota Access protesters target Army Corps offices nationwide

Some 1,500 people gathered in downtown Washington, D.C. on Tuesday to protest the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL). The protest was one of 302 around the United States, staged as part of a national day of action against the controversial oil pipeline. The group was led by a delegation from Standing Rock, North Dakota, where predominantly indigenous activists have been protesting the $3.8-billion pipeline’s construction for months.
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