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Indigenous people from across America have issued a rallying cry in defense of the earth at the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota ? and many faith traditions are heeding their call. Members of nearly 300 different Native American tribes have gathered at the Sacred Stone Camp to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline. They claim the $3.8 billion project would snake across their sacred lands and burial sites, and could pose a threat to the water supply that serves the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, which lies just south of the pipeline’s proposed route.
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