It’s been WONDERFUL to see so many celebrities and political voices throw their weight behind the protest at Standing Rock and on Tuesday, another one joined the front lines: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, activist, and president of the Waterkeeper Alliance.

As you will remember, the Dakota Access Pipeline is being illegally constructed through tribal lands and threatens vital water sources downstream which could potentially affect thousands should the pipeline break.

So, on the National Day of Solidarity, RFK Jr. spent time with tribal leaders and represented the Waterkeeper Alliance as he sought to bring attention to the way federal and local governments are actively assisting a criminal corporation as they rape tribal lands.

Check out the video below.

Source: Bients