Standing Rock: Are pipeline protest camp days numbered?

Standing Rock: Are pipeline protest camp days numbered?
 

Winter is descending upon thousands of Native Americans camped out in North Dakota as part of the Dakota Access pipeline protests.
Temperatures frequently drop below freezing at night. The early snowstorms of the season are rolling across the prairie.
"We are prepared for the worst," says Noah Morris, an assistant medic based in the Oceti Sakowin Camp. "The spirit of the people is good."
In April 2016, when the first members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe pitched their tents along the Cannonball River to protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Since then the... read more

 
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