Indigenous Nations in Solidarity with Standing Rock Water Protectors at Camp and Elsewhere Water Protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota have sent out aCALL TO ACTION; (Click here for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Records of Official Letters of First Nation Tribal Support - this information is being compiled into this timeline of supporters (Please be patient while we fill in the list below. There are hundreds to be filled in. If you have videos of nations introducing themselves as you came into camp, or some similar solidarity video, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "SOLIDARITY VIDEO" in the title)
Want to show solidarity and support the #NoDAPL camps?
GIVE BACK: "Hey family! Here is a list of Native-owned businesses who have either donated proceeds or merchandise to the #NoDAPL fight! Please friends and allies, lets show them some love and appreciation - Check out some of the websites and purchase an item! Its holiday season and I'm positive these businesses could really use your patronage! So lets give back! #BuyNative" (Go to the link, below, for list...) - Dallas Goldtooth https://www.facebook.com/dallasgoldtooth/posts/10106075314178493
AKIMEL O'ODHAM 8/19/16 Naelyn Pike, young teen, speaks eloquently of solidarity with Standing Rock, Chiricahua Apache struggles, corporations, and standing up for the earth for future generations; Karma Miles also, Akimel O'odham. Also, Baasi and Nizhoni Pike speak. - RIse up in solidarity with Standing Rock 8:21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Am8ZAObt6kM #######
CHIPPEWA of the THAMES FIRST NATION 9//16 Canada Representative Speaks - George Henry Interview (Ontario, Canada) - Rocky Hall 3:54 SImilar situation there - trying to stop a pipeline over water source for 40 million people https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eA5Z2YSbUbY
PREY LANG In Prey Lang forest, the story was familiar: "They are taking your natural resrouces in the name of development" Prey Lang is undergoing an onslaught of clear-cutting as rubber companies, plantations and other developments eat into the forest. - NIM https://www.facebook.com/N1Mnot1more/posts/658036877709480
ST. REGIS MOHAWK 9/1/16 Dakota Access Pipeline: Ron LaFrance 4:03 One of the Chiefs form St. Regis Mohawk Tribe. He talks about the serious effects of industry in his land. (Been there, done that.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQaMJk_8liQ