Over 200 Indigenous Nations are facing a brutal police crackdown in Canon Ball, ND where they've gathered to take a stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

More Than 1 Million ‘Check In’ On Facebook To Support The Standing Rock Sioux

Most of the “visitors” are not actually at the protest camp in North Dakota, where the tribe and its supporters are gathering to oppose the pipeline. The planned route crosses the Missouri River just upstream of the reservation, and the tribe says it could contaminate drinking water and harm sacred lands.