Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dakota-Access-Day-of-Action-San-Francisco-27MZIFJJFR9EZ.htmlConceptually similarDakota Access Pipeline Day of Action in San FranciscoGP0STQCKKCompleted★★★★Dakota Access Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQC1WCompleted★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBV0Completed★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBUTCompleted★★★★Dakota Access Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQC2HCompleted★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBVRCompleted★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBV1Completed★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBV2Completed★★★★Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action San FranciscoGP0STQBV9Completed★★★★View AllGP0STQC2FDakota Access Day of Action San FranciscoHaley Jude nurses her daughter Juniper Jude, 1, as she joins people blocking Market Street in front of the U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers offices in support of the Standing Rock Nation. The protest was one of many in a global day of action calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to cancel the permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline.Locations:California-North America-San Francisco-United States of AmericaDate:15 Nov, 2016Credit:© Michael Short / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2003pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Babies (0-2)-Banners-Children-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Mothers-Oil pipelines-Outdoors-People-Signs-Urban areas-WaterShoot:Dakota Access Pipeline Day of Action in San FranciscoPeople gather in San Francisco in support of the Standing Rock Nation calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to cancel permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in a global day of action. In North Dakota, Indigenous leaders from the Standing Rock Nation are fighting the pipeline project which will carry more than a half a million barrels of oil per day from the Bakken Oil Shale Fields. The route the pipeline will take, if approved, will be laid under multiple bodies of water, including the Missouri River located a half mile upstream from the Standing Rock reservation. This river not only supplies drinking water to the tribe but is a major tributary to the Mississippi River where more than 10 million people depend on it for both human consumption and irrigation for the nation’s “bread basket.”Related Collections:Celebrating Women Power!