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Some Standing Rock protesters resolve to stay put even as tribe shifts focus | Reveal


Some Standing Rock protesters resolve to stay put even as tribe shifts focus | Reveal: “We’re not done yet,” said Joye Braun, the Cheyenne River Sioux woman who was the first to erect a teepee at the Sacred Stone Camp last April.

What’s hardest for Braun is accepting the fact that drilling has already begun. Her yurt is set up directly across the Missouri River from the pipeline drill pad.

“I could literally feel the vibrations in the ground,” she said.

A spokesperson for Energy Transfer Partners, the operator of the pipeline, confirmed that Braun was correct: work had resumed.

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