Interviews with Rafael “Tufawon” Gonzalez and Rachel Heaton, members of an Indigeneous delegation of water protectors, campaigning in Europe for divestment from the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Crédit Suisse and UBS are among the European investors in the pipeline project. + plus This interview on June 8, 2017, took place outside Crédit Suisse. The delegation members (also including Waśté Win Young and Naát’áaníí Nez Means) met with bank representatives, and afterwards chained themselves to pillars at the bank branch. The divestment campaign followed a year of major protests and prayer camps at Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. The European tour of the delegation was sponsored by a number of climate organizations, including Alternatiba, Break Free Genève, Coordination Justice Sociale, Alternatives Canada, CETIM, Agir Pour La Paix, Climate Express, INTAL, Transnational Institute (TNI), Ausgeco2hlt, Entrepobles, ANVCOP21, CSIA, Nitassinan, 350.org, Friends of the Earth Europe, i-boycott, I Love Therefore I am, Nuit Debout, UNIA, Genève, CGAS, ATTAC GE, GreenPeace Genève, Solidarité Tattes, CADTM, REFEDD, and Women’s March Global.