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The Justice League team fight evils that threaten our planet and before the movie's release the actors of the DC films have come together to support the youth of Standing Rock in their campaign to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The video posted to Change.org's official YouTube channel features the entire cast sending out a special message to the fans. Ben Affleck kicks off the introductions as Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, and Ezra Miller follows the Batman actor. Then, Miller goes on to send out a message on behalf of the Justice League team.

Miller says, "As a gang of Earth defenders, we want to send a big shoutout...those opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline. To get involved with this movement, go to SacredStoneCamp.org."

The Standing Rock Youth, oppose the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline through the Missouri and Cannon Ball River because it poses a serious threat to the water and the land. The "Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline" petition already has 256,521 supporters on Change.org as it urges to "join us, and sign to ask the Army Corps of Engineers to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline" and echoes the belief that together, we can protect our water and our future.

Justice League featuring Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Godot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Fisher as Cyborg/Victor Stone, Momoa as Aquaman/Arthur Curry and Miller as The Flash/ Barry Allen is set to hit the theatres on 17 November 2017. The actors are currently filming the movie in London.