Susan Leopold of the Patawomeck Tribe of Virginia watches the sun rise over the Sacred Stone Camp in Cannon Ball, N.D., in September. Veterans from the Sacramento region are answering a call by Veterans Stand for Standing Rock to travel to North Dakota in support of the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters.
Susan Leopold of the Patawomeck Tribe of Virginia watches the sun rise over the Sacred Stone Camp in Cannon Ball, N.D., in September. Veterans from the Sacramento region are answering a call by Veterans Stand for Standing Rock to travel to North Dakota in support of the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters. ALYSSA SCHUKAR The New York Times
Susan Leopold of the Patawomeck Tribe of Virginia watches the sun rise over the Sacred Stone Camp in Cannon Ball, N.D., in September. Veterans from the Sacramento region are answering a call by Veterans Stand for Standing Rock to travel to North Dakota in support of the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters. ALYSSA SCHUKAR The New York Times

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