Romy Fernandez
The NGO MAD Mothers and the Indigenous Movement called for a protest march in support of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. The march took place on November 7 in Amsterdam. The Standing Rock Sioux tribe believes that the pipeline would put the Missouri River, the water source for the reservation, at risk. Peaceful protests continued and drew indigenous people from throughout North America, as well as other supporters. The march started at the ABN AMRO, because this Dutch bank allegedly financially supporting the Dakota Access Pipeline, also there was a minor dispute at the doors of one of the office of ING Bank, between one of the protesters and a man. The police was present during the whole demonstration.
Quetzal Tzab, of the Indigenous Movement.
At the ABN AMRO, bank office situated in Amsterdam South.
Tirza Balk, a student at the University of Colour.
In front of the American Embassy, at the Museumplein.
Outside of one of the ING Bank office in the center of Amsterdam.
Quetzal Tzab and Chihiro Geuzebroek
The march finished at the Dam Square in the center of Amsterdam.