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The pipeline, which brings oil down from North Dakota to Illinois, has been contested by several environmental groups and the Native American tribes who live near it.
So now we have learned from the media that having a Native American great-great-great-great-great-grandparent makes you Native American, but that having two X chromosomes does not make you a woman.
We owe Native Americans so much. It's time for a new approach to the Native American people, not to run a pipeline through their land.
The Native American who apparently was being mocked by teens wearing MAGA hats in a viral video says he has "fear for those youth, fear for their future, fear for their souls, their spirit, what they're going to do to this country."
I appreciate listening to the Native American people and millions of others who believe this pipeline should not be built.