FLC students return from Standing Rock

FLC students return from Standing Rock

Protesters hold short rally in downtown Durango
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More than 50 Fort Lewis College students, staff members and alumni traveled to Standing Rock, North Dakota, to protest a controversial oil pipeline.
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Fort Lewis College students and volunteers load supplies into vehicles early Tuesday morning. The group will caravan to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to support protesters opposing to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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Organized by Dr. Anthony J. Nocella, assistant professor of sociology and criminology at Fort Lewis College, center left, students and volunteers load supplies into vehicles early Tuesday morning on campus. The group will caravan to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to support the protesters opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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Fort Lewis College senior John Moya, carries a box of supplies to waiting vehicles early Tuesday morning. Students and volunteers loaded vehicles on campus for a caravan to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. The group is headed to South Dakota to support protesters who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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Arriving at sunrise, Fort Lewis College students and volunteers load supplies into vehicles on campus on Tuesday for a caravan to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The group is headed to South Dakota to support protesters who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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Fort Lewis College senior Justin Succo lends a helping hand to a friend who is participating in a 16-hour caravan to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. The group left Tuesday morning, and it plans to join protesters who object to the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the reservation. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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A caravan of cars with Fort Lewis College students and volunteers prepares to leave campus Tuesday morning. The caravan is driving to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to support protesters who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Shaun Stanley/Durango Herald
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