127 #NoDAPL Organizers Arrested and a New Camp Has Been Created on Unceded Territory (video)

This weekend was eventful for water protectors battling the Dakota Access Pipeline—or the Black Snake, as the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe often calls it. Construction continues in North Dakota despite the federal government’s request on October 10 for Energy Transfer, the company behind the pipeline, to pause construction 20 miles east and west of Lake Oahe.
In two days, from North Dakota to Iowa, there were arrests, construction was halted and some battles were won, others lost by the activists.
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