Help Native Film-maker Myron Dewey, creator of Digital Smoke Signals make it to Standing Rock to interview and share our story through Indigenous Eyes. http://www.booster.com/waterissacred?ref=copy-link_social_desktop-campaign-page-share-top-v2&utm_campaign=desktop-campaign-page-share-top-v2&utm_content=waterissacred&utm_medium=social&utm_source=copy-link&type=1&side=front
🎥 Captioned/Youtube alternative: youtube.com/watch?v=RvTNShRIoag Welcome to North Dakota, the US's second biggest oil exporter. The scenic landscape, flowing rivers, lush forests, local wildlife and communities here are, once again, threatened by corporate greed. Tribes and activists from across the country are coming together to protect the Missouri River from future pipeline bursts. It is estimated there's over 300 oil leaks per year in North Dakota alone, and more than 170 of those incidents come from pipeline leaks. Many leaks go unreported, unknown even, and when companies report leaks to the local government there isn't any public notice. The state of North Dakota takes approximately 2.5 years just to clean up 20,000 gallons of oil meaning most messes are left uncleaned and more and more damage is being done both to the environment and to local communities. This effects everyone, we must take a stand and protect our land today. Water is life, water is our connection to everything! ➡ Who Are These Protectors? rezpectourwater.com ➡ Donate supplies and contact them: sacredstonecamp.org ➡ Get involved and learn more: UpToUs.net ➡ Support the Sacred Stone Spirit Camp legal fund: fundrazr.com/d19fAf ➡ Support Arizona tribes in their fight: gofundme.com/2jrctgrg 📷 Video edit by We Are The Media // #nativelivesmatter #nodapl
Water protectors took to the waters of the Cannon Ball, ND at the Sacred Stone Camp. #NoDakotaAccess #NoPipelines #KeepItInTheGround Drone Footage by: Dr0ne2bwild Photography & Video Music by: Tribe Called Red
Click and read how Trump will help support Tribes Tribal Sovereignty & trust responsibilities, traditional harvesting areas, language and education funding, but most important of all, honoring the treaties with tribal governments... https://www.facebook.com/myron.dewey1/posts/10103436915590569
by Sandy Robson Author's note: Today, one hundred and sixty-one years ago, the Treaty of Point Elliott was signed on January 22, 1855, by Isaac Stevens, then-Governor of Washington Territory, and ...
Now is the time to stand with us.
Happening now.... https://www.facebook.com/ienearth/videos/10153874073435642/
February 17, 2016 Nevada tribal leader, 81, sued BLM for $30M As published by Reznet News, 2011 Scott Sonner, Associated Press RENO, Nev. – The federal government seized Raymond Yowell’s cattle – all 132 head – and hauled them across the state and...
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" Young Native Americans are fighting the Dakota Access pipeline to help preserve their land and water for future generations.
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Environmental atrocities are happening on both sides of the invisible boarder.... https://www.facebook.com/630937800297791/videos/1093114790746754/
Share what do you think?https://www.facebook.com/berniesanders/videos/1007205486001122/
"All these people that profess to be about the Earth, the climate...how hypocritical."
27 indigenous tribes from all over Northern Nevada staged a protest in Reno against the North Dakota Access Pipeline.
Date: August 15, 2016 Contact: email@example.com Steve Sitting Bear SRST External Relations 701-854-8500 FORT YATES, ND - The following is a statement from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman, Dave Archambault II on the Tribe's opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline proposed project...
Good teachings https://www.facebook.com/OrganicRising/videos/1053807811328304/
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