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Oil and Water: Conflicts Over the Dakota Access Pipeline

Ron Starr leads members of the Youth Unity Journey for Sacred Waters along Highway 1806 into the Oceti Oyate Camp, formerly the Oceti Sakowin Camp, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota in January 2017.

The Youth Unity Journey for Sacred Waters, led by members of the Woodland Cree First Nations in Saskatchewan, Canada, completed their 46-day-long journey after walking 870 miles from Stanley Mission, Canada to the Oceti Oyate Camp. Hundreds of tribes from around the world have gathered at the site to protest the construction of the pipeline.

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Ron Starr leads members of the Youth Unity Journey for Sacred Waters along Highway 1806 into the Oceti Oyate Camp, formerly the Oceti Sakowin Camp, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota in January 2017.<br />
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The Youth Unity Journey for Sacred Waters, led by members of the Woodland Cree First Nations in Saskatchewan, Canada, completed their 46-day-long journey after walking 870 miles from Stanley Mission, Canada to the Oceti Oyate Camp. Hundreds of tribes from around the world have gathered at the site to protest the construction of the pipeline.