Community members demonstrate, pray in solidarity with Standing Rock protesters

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More than 50 demonstrators gather on Sproul Plaza on Nov. 2 in solidarity with protesters opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline.

More than 50 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday afternoon in solidarity with protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which, if built, could threaten the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water and land.
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Community members gather in support of Standing Rock protesters

On Thursday, as more than 100 people protesting the construction of a pipeline were arrested in North Dakota, people gathered in the Multicultural Community Center on campus to raise awareness of the struggle in North Dakota and share in what Native American performer Supaman called “the good medicine of laughter and hip hop and prayer.”
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