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  • Sacramento protesters participate in Day of Solidarity against Dakota Access Pipeline

    Tami Greeson, of Brentwood joined a large group protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Hundreds of people protested Tuesday in downtown Sacramento against the construction of an oil pipeline in the Dakotas near tribal land. Protests have been ongoing in recent weeks in various cities against the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Tuesday, about 300 people formed outside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office at 1325 J St.

Tami Greeson, of Brentwood joined a large group protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Hundreds of people protested Tuesday in downtown Sacramento against the construction of an oil pipeline in the Dakotas near tribal land. Protests have been ongoing in recent weeks in various cities against the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Tuesday, about 300 people formed outside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office at 1325 J St. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Tami Greeson, of Brentwood joined a large group protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Hundreds of people protested Tuesday in downtown Sacramento against the construction of an oil pipeline in the Dakotas near tribal land. Protests have been ongoing in recent weeks in various cities against the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Tuesday, about 300 people formed outside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office at 1325 J St. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

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February 07, 2017 5:03 PM

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