#NoDAPL protesters march to pipeline CEO's home / by Brian Maschino

Protesters marched from Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) in Dallas to CEO Kelsy Warren's house in the Highland Park neighborhood after the re-approval of construction for the Dakota Access Pipeline Tuesday night, Feb. 7.

Now this wasn't my first time following these very passionate, inspiring demonstrators - previously reported on their first gathering at ETP and a subsequent rally at Klyde Warren Park, which is named in honor after the company CEO's kiddo - but I do have to say it's refreshing to see time and time again the same faces that love for others, fight peacefully and diligently for a cause that they believe is for the better of humanity and overall morally, ethically right.

I hope I will get to see more of these brave faces in the days, months to come.