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Activists March Against West Texas, North Dakota Pipelines

At least 100 protesters gathered on Friday in the West Texas town of Alpine for a march against a natural gas pipeline being built there. The protest was also billed as a “solidarity march” with Native Americans opposing an oil pipeline in North Dakota. West Texas activists are continuing their face-off against Dallas-based Energy Transfer […]

At least 100 protesters gathered on Friday in the West Texas town of Alpine for a march against a natural gas pipeline being built there.

The protest was also billed as a "solidarity march" with Native Americans opposing an oil pipeline in North Dakota.

West Texas activists are continuing their face-off against Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners – the company building the Trans-Pecos Pipeline.

Now, they're joining a broader Native American-led movement protesting the same company.

 

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