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    Annabelle Marcovici

    April 8, 2017: Immediately after the Standing Rock camps were forcibly evicted, indigenous youths hit the road in a repurposed school bus. As “The Rolling Resistance,” they spent several months traveling to raise awareness of indigenous environmental issues.

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    Annabelle Marcovici

    April 8, 2017: Immediately after the Standing Rock camps were forcibly evicted, indigenous youths hit the road in a repurposed school bus. As “The Rolling Resistance,” they spent several months traveling to raise awareness of indigenous environmental issues.

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    Annabelle Marcovici

    August 6, 2017: Horseback riders from the Kickapoo Nation lead the March to Give Keystone XL the Boot in Lincoln, Nebraska, in response to the Trump Administration’s decision to approve the previously rejected pipeline. They joined a diverse crowd that included farmers, ranchers, and tribal leaders.

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    Annabelle Marcovici

    April 8, 2017: Immediately after the Standing Rock camps were forcibly evicted, indigenous youths hit the road in a repurposed school bus. As “The Rolling Resistance,” they spent several months traveling to raise awareness of indigenous environmental issues.

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    Annabelle Marcovici

    October 27, 2016: An unarmed water protector confronts a phalanx of riot police and private security personnel who were attempting to evict Standing Rock’s Treaty Camp, which stood in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Named for the 1851 Fort Laramie Treaty, which codified Sioux ownership over land through which the pipeline now snakes, the camp was a declaration of indigenous sovereignty and treaty rights.

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