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Linda Black Elk
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Today, I got to meet and visit some amazing First Nations youth who WALKED …yes…WALKED from Canada to the Sacred Stone Camps to bring attention to the fight to protect our water. Can you imagine walking on the windy prairie in -20F weather?
#NoDAPL #NoTPP #NoSTP #NoBBP
Sacred Stone has plans to build a permanent “green energy” camp.
Sacred Stone Camp founder LaDonna Brave Bull Allard said Sacred Stone has formed a 501c3 and has plans to build a permanent “green energy” camp.
She said their are plans to put a tower in place for cell and Internet service. There are buildings for a dormitory, dining and to store equipment.
The camp has a tractor and plow for moving snow. It has also purchased 40 yurts, 40 teepees and three greenhouses for organic farming. She said these are all services to be shared with the community.
LaDonna Brave Bull Allard’s land is home to water protectors at Standing Rock
The Sacred Stone camp is one of three sites where water protectors are camping to stand up against the North Dakota Access Pipeline. From a bluff on the south side, a house stands silent watching over the people.
The house belongs to LaDonna Brave Bull Allard.
“I grew up here, this is my home. I lived on the Cannonball River all of my life,” she said.
Sacred Stone Camp shared Weston Marlatt’s post.
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Sacred Stone School house
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Weston Marlatt added 2 new photos.
January 10 at 10:07pm ·
The Sacred Stone Camp Strawbale Schoolhouse I have been helping build. We are nearly done for this winter. The students started on the second and love it!
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Standing Rock Rising
Good morning from Standing Rock. Today, The Horn is officially extinguishing the fire at the current Oceti Sakowin Camp as camp begins preparations to move to safer ground before the oncoming spring flood.
Veterans saying they will help again in this big move to higher ground? Need trucks !
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Judy Gilman shared Indigenous Rising Media’s video.
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“One does not sell the Earth the people walk upon.”
This short digital film features a historic moment that happened on the front line against the Dakota access pipeline. On November 5th, 2016 representatives of the Seven Council fires of the Oceti Sakowin gathered to reignite the sacred fire of the resistance camp and establish the “horn” of the nation, a camp layout where 7 lodges are placed in a circle formation.
This moment was marked by the entrance of over 200 horseback Riders and the arrival of 50 runners who traveled over 1,200 miles to Standing Rock from Arizona.
The last time such an event occurred was in the late 1800s! That’s The Power of this movement. That’s The Power of our prayer.
“Crazy Horse” Poem by the legendary John Trudell
Film by Indigenous Rising Media, a project by the Indigenous Environmental Network.
Shot by Dr0ne2bwild Photography & Video
Edited by Josué Rivas Fotographer
Jag Ensing shared a video to Carlos Buffalohair’s Timeline.
Digital Smoke Signals shared VeteransRespond’s video.
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The bridge was inspected, we knew that it would continue to stay closed after the inspection, we know that excuses to keep it closed would also be used.
VeteransRespond added a new video: Warriors Call Event: Buffalo N.Y. (01/08/2017) Part 2.
WATCH PART 02: VeteransRespond Presents “Warriors Call: The fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline”
Filmed on 01.08.17 at Asbury Hall in Buffalo, NY.
Event Crew (In Order of Appearance)
Master of Ceremonies: Peter Johnson
Haudenosaunee Welcoming song: RJ Greene “Randy” (Tree Planter) Tuscarora Nation Turtle clan
Michael Markus (Mato Tanka)
Musicians: Kenarahdiyoh (Good Leaf)
Production Manager: Megan Callahan
Dramaturgy/Script Supervisor: Katie Mallinson
Media Creative Director, Filmer & Video Editor: Nate Peracciny
Event Filmer: Don Burns
Stage Manager: Tracy Snyder
Projectionist: Keith Harrington
“AIM Song” (American Indian Movment) by Joe Hill
Closing Social Round Dance: Randy Greene (Tree Planter) Tuscarora Nation Turtle clan
Archival Footage Sourced by: LongHouse Media (www.longhousemedia.org)
Archival Footage Sourced by: Rod Webber via Youtube
Archival Footage Sourced by: theRedpill via Youtube
Archival Footage Sourced by: @Kevin Gilbertt Live Facebook Feed
Special Thanks to…
Edmund Cardoni Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center & Babeville; Kyle Toth & Lightbox Media Labs
Eliza Schneider; Geoff Kelly and The Public, and the volunteers and those who helped make or donate food.