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Kiwi Man Performs Haka for Standing Rock Protesters in North Dakota

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News video: Kiwi Man Performs Haka for Standing Rock Protesters in North Dakota A Kiwi man named Kereama Te Ua showed his support for the indigenous people of North Dakota when he performed a haka in a snowy, mountainous part of the state on Saturday, November 26. Te Ua performed the traditional ceremony from New Zealand, which acts as a war cry, in solidarity with the Sioux people and environmentalists who are staging a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Credit: Facebook/Marcus Matawhero Lloyd via Storyful

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