The resistance camp at the Dakota Access Pipeline is doing much more than trying to save the planet’s drinking water: It’s creating a new legacy that will bring equality to communities that live on the same land; it’s a new commitment to peace and love; it’s a lesson to the generation of today that will be passed on to a brighter future.
Protests can take on eye-catching forms, from traffic-blocking birthday parties to farmers spraying cow’s milk at police. But no matter the method, it’s the underlying stratagem of the demonstration that matters most.
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