WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 David Whitt films the powwow grand entry while documenting his trip to South Dakota. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, left, and Jakob Crawford, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founders Jakob Crawford, left, and David Whitt, right, pictured here at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
WeCopwatch co-founder Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 David Whitt films the powwow grand entry while documenting his trip to South Dakota. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
David Whitt films the powwow grand entry while documenting his trip to South Dakota. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, pictured here, and Jakob Crawford at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. Whitt and Crawford will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
 Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
Water protectors gather for a reunion at the 150th annual Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Wacipi in Sisseton, South Dakota on Saturday, July 1, 2017. WeCopwatch co-founders David Whitt, bottom center kneeling, and Jakob Crawford, right center raising camera and tripod, will be spending several weeks traveling across the Dakotas in their camper to train Native community members on their rights to film upon being stopped, questioned or detained by law enforcement. The pair�s work in the Dakotas is an extension of their organization�s time and efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp where they provided resources and education to water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The feature-length documentary �Copwatch,� a film that profiles WeCopwatch members, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Kristina Barker for The New York Times.)
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