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'Water is Life': Al Gore, Jesse Jackson Support Dakota Access Protesters

Former vice president Al Gore and the Rev. Jesse Jackson are the latest prominent voices to join the fight against the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.

Jackson arrived at the protest camp near Cannonball, North Dakota, on Wednesday. The civil rights activist told the Associated Press that he joined the water protectors in order "to pray together, protest together, and if necessary go to jail together."  Read more.

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