Bismarck, North Dakota - Sept 6, 2016
Jakob Cordero, 11, of Santa Barbara, Calif., pulls a canoe out into the Cannonball River, which runs off of the Missouri River, which many fear will be polluted by a North Dakota Access Pipeline spill. Corder, whose parents are California Chumash, Sioux and Hunkpapa, will spend two weeks at the camp.
In a historic gathering of more than a hundred Native American tribes from across North America, protestors are rallying to stop the pipeline they fear will poison the Missouri River, which runs through the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.
CREDIT: Alyssa Schukar for The New York Times