More Tribes Head to Standing Rock on Canoe Paddle Down Missouri River

HeadlineSep 08, 2016

This comes as resistance to the Dakota Access pipeline builds across the United States. A group of nearly 20 canoes has launched from Bismarck and is making its way down the Missouri River on a three-day paddle to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. One of the canoe crews hails from the Tlingit and Haida tribes in Alaska.

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