Southern Ute Indian Tribe stands with Standing Rock

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Southern Ute Indian Tribe stands with Standing Rock

Sunday rally shows solidarity with opposition to pipeline
Raymond Frost, center, talks to Southern Ute tribal members about the importance of protecting water in a rally to show support for Native Americans in Standing Rock, North Dakota, who are protesting a pipeline that would cross sacred land and go under the tribe’s drinking water reservoir.
Members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe hold rally to show support for Native Americans in Standing Rock, North Dakota, who are protesting a pipeline that would cross sacred land. “We’re here to support the people up north,” said Raymond Frost. “They’re (proponents of the pipeline) trying to destroy the Earth, when the earth is our livelihood. Water is our livelihood.”

Southern Ute Indian Tribe stands with Standing Rock

Raymond Frost, center, talks to Southern Ute tribal members about the importance of protecting water in a rally to show support for Native Americans in Standing Rock, North Dakota, who are protesting a pipeline that would cross sacred land and go under the tribe’s drinking water reservoir.
Members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe hold rally to show support for Native Americans in Standing Rock, North Dakota, who are protesting a pipeline that would cross sacred land. “We’re here to support the people up north,” said Raymond Frost. “They’re (proponents of the pipeline) trying to destroy the Earth, when the earth is our livelihood. Water is our livelihood.”
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