More Native American tribes join pipeline protest
CANNONBALL, N.D. (CNN NEWSOURCE) - The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota is getting back-up from other tribes in its opposition to the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
"In 1964, I sat on a hillside with my father, and I saw him cry for the first time," said Moejohn, President of Seneca Nation. "We watched the water rise on our territory, they were flooding 10,000 acres."
More tribes from around the country made their way to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to stand in solidarity with the tribe as they fight the Dakota Access Pipeline.