Protesters gathered on the riverfront in Corvallis on October 22 to show their support for the Standing Rock Sioux's protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Stand in Solidarity with Standing Rock rally was organized by students from Eena Haws, Oregon State University's Native American Longhouse.
Plummie Wright from the Klamath Tribe (left) and James Williams from the Siletz Tribe (right) closed the rally with drumming and song.
One of the many signs brought to the Stand in Solidarity with Standing Rock rally. Eena Haws hosted sign making events and provided sign making supplies.