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Beyond Standing Rock: Communities Along DAPL Route Fear for Drinking Water


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Beyond Standing Rock: Communities Along DAPL Route Fear for Drinking Water

Nika Knight, staff writer

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe near Cannon Ball, North Dakota is just one of many communities that have protested the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline for fear that an oil spill will contaminate clean drinking water, the Associated Press reported Friday.

"We don't want to drink any oil."
—Carolyn Raffensperger,
Des Moines, Iowa


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We The People have been shown the prayerful, peaceful way forward. Now we must mobilize in huge numbers along the entire length of the Black Snake to make sure it is dead and disassembled. Unfortunately, these pipelines are all over the country. The movement must grow and implement many diverse strategies to save our most precious resource, water.
Mni Wiconi~Water is Life.
Unite, organize and act. Our lives are depending on it.


#4

Please give me the address where I can send some clothing.


#5

Well, I see your point, but I think the people just need our support