Obama’s daughter joined the rally against trump’s plans to build an oil pipeline

Malia Obama

The eldest daughter of former U.S. President Barack Obama Malia took part in a rally against the resumption of construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. Reported by the Daily Mail.

According to the publication, earlier in the week, 18-year-old Malia visited the Sundance film festival in Utah. She was one of about 100 people that came to the rally against plans by the current head of state Donald trump to resume construction of the pipeline.

January 25 protest March against similar decisions passed by the Trump Tower skyscraper in new York.

Earlier it became known that trump intends to sign a decree on the resumption of the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline and Dakota Access, frozen Obama. The construction of Keystone, which should be linked pipeline system of the country with the canadian province of Alberta has been suspended from the wording that this project “will undermine global U.S. leadership in the fight against climate change.” In addition, the previous us administration considered it not very profitable.

The construction of the Dakota Access pipeline that would connect the States of North Dakota and Illinois, has caused a public outcry. Hundreds of activists for several months staged pickets, arguing that the project will lead to the desecration of sacred Indian lands, as well as bad impact on the quality of drinking water in North Dakota. The authorities promised to reconsider the route of the pipeline.