Another Day of Actions as Water Protectors Stand Firm


Benjamin Conrad, 20, only brings out his grandfather’s war bonnet for special occasions. Today was such a day.

Conrad of the Northern Arapaho, Choctaw and Creek tribes joined about 300 water protectors in a peaceful direct action opposing continued construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.

According to Conrad, water protectors visited two pipeline construction sites along County Highways 6 and 134 near the unincorporated community of St. Anthony in Morton County. This is the latest of a series of such actions.



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