According to Whyte, the Water Protectors were “pepper sprayed, shot with rubber bullets, attacked by dogs, denied nourishment and supplies, threatened by lawsuits, and drenched with cold water during the

According to Whyte, the Water Protectors were “pepper sprayed, shot with rubber bullets, attacked by dogs, denied nourishment and supplies, threatened by lawsuits, and drenched with cold water during the onset of winter temperatures” (Whyte, 156). Using Whyte’s connection to the “larger story” and examples from the film, explain how U.S. settler colonialism against American Indian peoples is still alive and well today and how it applies to the #NoDAPL movement. Do you view the outcome of the conflict between the #NoDAPL movement and ETP and ACE as a step forward or a step back? Use the video and document to answer the questions.

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