The Dakota Access pipeline is designed to carry 470,000 barrels of crude oil daily from North and South Dakota to Illinois. Tribal nations and environmentalist groups have joined forces in their fight against the project, which they say would destroy cultural sites, such as burial grounds, and the tribes’ source of drinking water. Several hundred protesters were occupying private land where construction on the pipeline was set to resume on Oct. 28 after a court allowed it to proceed while thousands of others camped out at the Standing Rock Reservation. Police successfully dispersed the crowd the night before, descending on them with Humvees and helicopters. The protesters were pushed to another encampment, and construction restarted as planned, according to CNN.

Actress Shailene Woodley was among the protesters arrested earlier in October and filmed her encounter with the police. The video shows her arguing with officers and yelling to the camera that she was being targeted because she had a wide audience on her live stream.

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