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Shailene and Rosario Dawson attend the Stop The Dakota Access Pipeline protest at Union Square on Sunday (August 7) in New York City.

The pair held up signs and marched with others to stop the transport of crude oil from North Dakota into Illinois. The pipeline would interfere with Native American territory (the Standing Rock Reservation). Shailene has been posting videos from the protests on Facebook.

“We need to stand together; we need to wake up. We cannot let the fossil fuel industry continue to walk over all people in this country and especially Native American people,” Shailene said in one post.

You can sign the petition and stand with the Native Americans. At the time of this posting, the petition has 164,028 signatures.

Shailene will star in No Baggage, a romantic comedy based on the true story of an online date that involved traveling to eight countries in 21 days. Shailene Woodley is set to star in romantic comedy No Baggage, based on the true story of an unlikely online date. According to the Tracking Board, the Divergent star will take the lead in a film based on the Salon article, The Craziest OkCupid Date Ever, by Clara Bensen. The piece tells of a first date that turned into a trip around the world.

Bensen started chatting to university professor Jeff online and in his third message, he asked her: “Do you have any ideas for travel experiments? I have a few things I dabble in, and I’m going to push one of these experiments to the nth limit in June.” She expressed an interest and the two travelled to eight different countries in 21 days, with just one outfit each and essentials like toothbrushes and passports in their possession.

The script will be written by Adam Brooks, whose credits include other examples of the genre such as Wimbledon, Definitely Maybe and French Kiss.

It follows news of Worst Tinder Date Ever, a romantic comedy in development about an accident-filled encounter between two people who meet on the dating app.

Shailene Woodley has teamed up with young activists from here to protest a new oil pipeline that would transport crude from North Dakota.

Woodley has posted videos and photos several times in recent days about her work with Standing Rock Indian Reservation activists to prevent construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline, which would transport oil from North Dakota’s Bakken oil field to Patoka, Ill.

She marched with a group Friday, Aug. 5, in Washington, D.C., to deliver to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers a petition signed by more than 150,000 calling for the government to halt the pipeline.

“Pay attention,” she told fans in a live Facebook video Friday morning. “We need to stand together; we need to wake up. We cannot let the fossil fuel industry continue to walk over all people in this country and especially Native American people.”

Woodley, who visited the activists’ Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota along the proposed pipeline route in early July, also joined in late last month for part of the group’s symbolic run by youth from the reservation to Washington, D.C., to raise awareness.

The group is protesting the pipeline because they say it could destroy their water supply and way of life if it ever ruptured. The Dakota Access Pipeline would cross the Missouri River less than a mile from the Standing Rock reservation.

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