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Dakota Access Pipeline Protest 

On Tuesday November 15, over 200 indigenous individuals and their supporters gathered at the Eitlejorg Museum for a peaceful protest against the Dakota Access Pipe Line.
Mark A. Lee
Tony Castarino of the American Indian Movement (AIM)
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Che Jim standing in solidarity with his brothers and sisters at Standing Rock, in front of the Eiteljorg Museum.
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Joshua Taflinger (center, with a megaphone in his hand) was one of the organizers of Tuesday's event.
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Kelli Huth drove down from Muncie Indiana to participate in the peaceful protest on November 15.
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Chris Orchutt led numerous prayers before the protesters marched from the Eiteljorg Museum to PNC and Chase Bank, where they withdrew their money in protest of the two banks helping to finance the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Connie is getting ready to withdraw money from JP Morgan Chase Bank in honor of her grandchildren.
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Mark A. Lee
Tony Castarino of the American Indian Movement (AIM)
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