Hundreds of people gathered Friday (Dec. 2) at the Yakama Nation Tribal School in Toppenish to raise their voices in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. First there was the assembly that took place in the Tribal School gym, where a few guest speakers spoke of their experiences at the campsite where the protest is taking place.

Despite chilly temperatures, the crowd then marched from the Tribal School to the RV park. I really haven't been a part of any protests, but this was an important one. Myself and a few reporters marched and jogged alongside the water protectors. Following the march, there were a few presentations from students and an Indian taco fundraiser.

Here's how it all looked ...