DULUTH, Minn. -

A group of community members gathered at the Minnesota Power Plaza Thursday afternoon to show support for the Standing Rock protesters in North Dakota.

The North Dakota protesters are against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which would carry crude oil from North Dakota to Illinois.

One of the protestors, Sheila Lamb says, "The scene here today is a tiny example of what you see in Standing Rock. It's a gathering of people that are saying, 'We want our water protected, we want indigenous rights protected."

Duluth police reported that it was a peaceful protest and no arrests were made.