Indigenous Youth Embark on Sub-Zero, 93-Mile Run to Protest Dakota Access Pipeline

Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline hold a protest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Oct. 25, 2016.
Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline hold a protest in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Oct. 25, 2016. (Photo: Fibonacci Blue/flickr/cc)

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“They are running because of one simple fact: DAPL IS AN ILLEGAL PIPELINE.”byAndrea Germanos, staff writer

Feb. 9, 2021

Despite sub-zero temperatures, group of Indigenous youth on Tuesday kicked off a 93-mile run to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline and demand that the Biden administration #BuildBackFossilFree.

The run began shortly after 8am CST from a drill pad in Timber Lake, South Dakota—where the youth braved a wind chill of -26°F (-32°C)—and will end at the Oceti Sakowin Camp site, the center of heated resistance to the pipeline in 2016.

Standing Rock youth are sharing a live stream of the event….

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