With the stroke of a pen Tuesday, President Trump delt a major blow to activists protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
In what might be seen as a win for the energy sector, Trump signed executive action advancing construction near culturally sensitive sites.
He also greenlit the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, previously halted under President Obama.
Opponents of the Dakota Pipeline have said their concerns are not just environmental; they're also moral.
For more, Take Two spoke to Joely Proudfit, professor of American Indian Studies at California State University San Marcos.Press the blue play button above to hear the full interview.