Cat Bigney, part of the Oglala Native American tribe, waits on the shore of the Cannonball river for travelers to arrive by canoe at the Oceti Sakowin camp where people have gathered to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, N.D. So far, those at the camp have shrugged off the heavy snow, icy winds and frigid temperatures. But if they defy next week's government deadline to abandon the camp, demonstrators know the real deep freeze lies ahead. Life-threatening wind chills and towering snow drifts could mean the greatest challenge is simple survival. Dec. 1, 2016 photo, (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Incoming Trump Administration Announces Plan To Privatize Tribal Land

Just days after Standing Rock Sioux tribe members celebrated a victory in halting the pipeline, Trump’s team announces their controversial plans.

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