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    Several protesters stand in front of a TD Bank branch Saturday on Main Street in Waterville, advocating for the bank's divestment from the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Several protesters stand in front of a TD Bank branch Saturday on Main Street in Waterville, advocating for the bank's divestment from the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Several protesters stand in front of a TD Bank branch Saturday on Main Street in Waterville, advocating for the bank's divestment from the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Several protesters stand in front of a TD Bank branch Saturday on Main Street in Waterville, advocating for the bank's divestment from the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Olivia Balcos, a Colby College freshman from New Jersey, protests with several other students and Waterville area resident Saturday in front of a TD Bank branch on Main Street in Watervile. The protest was aimed at encouraging TD Bank to divest itself of its involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline project. The gathering was in response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Protesters walk along the Main Street sidewalk Saturday in front of Selah Tea in Waterville en route to a Dakota Access Pipeline protest in front of a TD Bank branch on Main Street. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    "Get a life," a driver hollers on Saturday to Dakota Access Pipeline protesters in front of the TD Bank branch on Main Street in Waterville. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Colby College student Ester Topolarova leads a chant Saturday during a Dakota Access Pipeline protest in front of the TD Bank branch on Main Street in Waterville. The protest was held to encourage TD Bank to divest itself of involvement in the pipeline project. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Several protesters stand in front of a TD Bank branch on Saturday on Main Street in Waterville, advocating divestment by the bank of its involvement in the Dakota Access Pipeline. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    Jeanne Gilliard, left, leads a chant with Dakota Access Pipeline protesters with protest organizer Ester Topolarova, center, on Saturday in front of the TD Bank branch on Main Street in Waterville. The gathering was a response to President Donald Trump's executive order that encourages the construction of the pipeline.

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    A driver smiles as she passes by Dakota Access Pipeline protesters Saturday in front of TD Bank on Main Street in Waterville.

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