Trump won’t build Dakota Access Without a Fight

On Wednesday, February 8, thousands of people took to the streets after the Army Corps of Engineers announced its plans to approve the final easement for the Dakota Access pipeline and throw out the environmental review process started by the Obama Administration.

Emergency rallies in D.C., New York, San Francisco, Denver, Columbus and beyond sent a clear signal that Trump will not be able to build this pipeline without a fight.

Here are some highlights from today’s actions.

San Francisco:

New York City:

Washington D.C.




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