Native Americans rally against Dakota Access Pipeline in DC

Native American rights activists and indigenous leaders from across the US rallied in Washington DC on Friday against plans for the Dakota Access Pipeline. They say the plan puts their land and heritage at risk.

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    Native American rights activists and indigenous leaders from across the US rallied in Washington, DC on Friday against plans for the Dakota Access Pipeline.

    They say the plan puts their land and heritage at risk.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Washington, DC.


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