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Thanksgiving during Dakota Access tube protest: ‘It’s a pleasing day to strengthen a water’

It was still dim on Thanksgiving morning as a pickup lorry with mounted speakers rode solemnly by a mud lanes of a Oceti Sakowin camp.  

“Wake up, H2O protectors!” boomed an amplified voice as a lorry changed past tents, teepees, and a occasional flickering campfire. “It’s a pleasing day to strengthen a water.”   

Hundreds of opponents of a Dakota Access tube were only finishing a morning request during a Sacred Fire in a core of a camp. Now they trudged by sleet flurries toward a entertainment area for another day of confronting North Dakota officials over a $3.8-billion pipeline.

“Today we all done sacrifices to be here,” organizer Vic Camp called out by a bullhorn as a organisation of Native Americans and their supporters began entertainment during a southern corner of a stay for a float north toward Bismarck. 

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