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  • Local Native American students support pipeline protest

    Native American students from Haskell Indian Nations University (Lawrence) have been to the Standing Rock Reservation to support protesters trying to stop the Dakota Access pipeline and many will return. They talked passionately on Thursday about the importance to protect the water and Mother Earth.

Native American students from Haskell Indian Nations University (Lawrence) have been to the Standing Rock Reservation to support protesters trying to stop the Dakota Access pipeline and many will return. They talked passionately on Thursday about the importance to protect the water and Mother Earth. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Native American students from Haskell Indian Nations University (Lawrence) have been to the Standing Rock Reservation to support protesters trying to stop the Dakota Access pipeline and many will return. They talked passionately on Thursday about the importance to protect the water and Mother Earth. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Standing for Standing Rock, Haskell students heading north to join pipeline protest

December 01, 2016 7:18 PM