Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline

For months, the Standing Rock Sioux and their allies have been peacefully protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline project, which would carry more than 400,000 barrels of crude oil a day across their ancestral lands and under the Missouri River. If the pipe leaks or spills, it could dump hundreds of thousands barrels of crude oil in the Missouri River less, than a half mile downstream from the tribe’s water supply. The pipeline was approved without adequate environmental reviews or consultation from the community — and any spill is a direct threat to water supplies for the Standing Rock Sioux.

To get involved directly with Standing Rock Sioux organizers, visit their website to show your support.

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