Pod Squad: From Hawaii To Standing Rock And Back

Two Civil Beat journalists talk about their five days in the frozen Midwest during the Dakota Access Pipeline protest.

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A dramatic change in the weather was only one of the concerns for two Hawaii journalists who traveled to the frozen prairies of North Dakota to cover the islands’ connections to the Dakota Access Pipeline protest.

After all, some demontrators had already been the targets of water cannons and rubber bullets used by the authorities there.

Civil Beat reporter Nick Grube and photographer Cory Lum talk about their five days near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation with Pod Squad host Chad Blair.

Nick Grube and Cory Lum were in North Dakota for five days.

Cory Lum/Civil Beat

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