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Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa and Ezra Miller took a break from the DC superhero set to film an endorsement for Rezpect Our Water campaign on Change.org, an online petition to stop the construction of Dakota Access Pipeline.
The petition was started by the youth members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe who reside near the Missouri River. According to the petition, a private oil company wants to build a pipeline that would cross the Missouri River less than a mile away from the Standing Rock Reservation.
The tribe is worried about the environmental fallout from the construction of the pipeline and potential leaks.
“As a gang of earth defenders, we want to send a big shout out to the Oceti Sakowin and those who
The video below doesn't feature any of the stars in their superhero costumes, but it does include links to the petition to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Change.org petition already has 260,627 signatures, just 39,373 shy of their 300,000 goal. This movement has also been supported by a number of other high-profile members of the entertainment community such as Shailene Woodley,
"I support the #NativeYouth of #StandingRockRez. I signed the petition to stop the #DakotaAccess Pipeline, your turn click on the link in my bio. Please take a second to check out what's happening. Mahalo Ezra @panterasarah and shai. For spreading the awareness Aloha j."
I support the #NativeYouth of #StandingRockRez. I signed the petition to stop the #DakotaAccess Pipeline, your turn click on the link in my bio. Please take a second to check out what's happening. Mahalo Ezra @panterasarah and shai. For spreading the awareness Aloha j.
A photo posted by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on May 4, 2016 at 11:13am Pdt
The actor took to his Instagram page earlier today to share a new photo, presumably from the Justice League Part 1 set, where he's seen sporting his elaborate Aquaman tattoos and full beard. The actor is seen holding up a sign
Righetti and Alan married in April 2006 in Hawaii, then chose to wait several years to have children. They announced this pregnancy back in August, but chose not to reveal the baby's gender until he was born.
In addition to "The Mentalist," Righetti can be seen in the new "Friday the 13th" and "Captain America: the First Avenger." Alan is a producer/director/writer with credits like "Kiss & Tell," "Pipeline" and "Cats Dancing on Jupiter" to his credit.
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