Group to rally in Portland's living room against ND oil pipeline

Rally supports Sioux tribe in North Dakota

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Protesters of a proposed oil pipeline that would traversing a North Dakota Indian reservation are gathering as Pioneer Courthouse Square at noon on Friday.  The group will support the Sioux Indian tribe there, who are standing against the pipeline that would bring oil from North Dakota to Illinois.

The protesters plan to rally with signs, speeches, song and prayer.  Hand drums are also expected   to sound, in solidarity with the people of the Standing Rock reservation, on the day a federal judge is set to decide whether or not to allow the pipeline to be built.

KGW


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