North Texas supporters of the water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock in North Dakota held an interfaith prayer rally Saturday morning.

Supporters gathered outside the Dallas headquarters of Energy Transfer Partners, the company building the pipeline.

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The rally included a peaceful, mournful procession past the estate of ETP's CEO, Kelcy Warren.

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The Standing Rock protestors are fighting to stop the pipeline from being built across sacred lands and burial grounds in North Dakota.