Activists who have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline scored a massive victory yesterday when the Army Corp of Engineers announced that it would look for an alternate pipeline route. It had been planned to pass underneath a lake near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, a route that members of the tribe and their supporters feared would threaten their water supply and sacred sites.

The decision may be short-lived; President-elect Trump reportedly owns a stake on the company building the $3.8 billion pipeline and supports its completion.

Chance the Rapper, Talib Kweli, T.I., Rapsody, and a host of other hip hop figures celebrated the decision last night on social media. See their posts below.

Awesome news!!!! Congratulations to the great people of Standing Rock !!!!

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Victory | Power to the People #NoDAPL

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