A #NoDAPL solidarity lockdown happened at TD Bank in Downtown Boston, one of several banks financing the construction of the pipeline. Four people used bike locks and lock boxes to lock themselves to the main entrance of the bank. Firefighters, police used saws and other equipment to cut them out and then arrest them.
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Mariam White-Hammond was one of the Boston faith leaders who mobilized to join protests against the North Dakota Access Pipeline. The cause spoke to her personally as a black person in America, Bostonian and member of the faith community, she said.