The Cast of 'Justice League' Unites to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

The Cast of 'Justice League' Unites to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

The Cast of 'Justice League' Unites to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

Charity website Change.org just published a cool new video to their YouTube page.

Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher, Jason Momoa and Ezra Miller have appeared in a video from the set of their upcoming superhero flick to promote Rezpect Our Water, an organisation that opposes the Dakota Access Pipeline. Then, Miller goes on to send out a message on behalf of the Justice League team. According to the petition, a private oil company wants to build a pipeline that would cross the Missouri River less than a mile away from the Standing Rock Reservation.

And, what's more, the pipeline will require sacred Native American lands to be upturned during construction.

Posting the video on Instagram, 37-year-old Jason wrote: "Join us in supporting the youth of Standing Rock as they fight the Dakota Access Pipeline, which will leak into their drinking water!"

So far, the Change.org petition to stop the project has received over 274,000 of its 300,000 signature goal.

These locals' concerns are very valid ones considering the number of recent oil spills lately.

Dakota Access has been hampered by environmentalists and Standing Rock Sioux since April from building its $3.7 billion oil pipeline to IL. Ben Affleck is also a documented humanitarian as the actor founded the Eastern Congo Initative in 2010 to provide aid to the people of eastern Congo.

The actor will play The Flash in "Justice League", which is scheduled for a November 16, 2017, release.

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