Through these trainings, the building of community, and the attention the No DAPL fight has gotten, the movement to uphold and respect Indigenous rights and sovereignty has grown to a level I’ve never seen.
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Being surrounded by fellow Indigenous water protectors was grounding and allowed for the continued healing of ancestral trauma that many of us in Indian country have to deal with on a daily basis.
And with the announcement from the Army Corps, we can truly say that it worked.
, donate now, https://secure3.convio.net/gpeace/site/Donation2? df_id=4843&4843.donation=form1&autologin=true&s_src=hero It was truly an honor to be able to go to Standing Rock and represent Greenpeace in a humble way.
[_descriptive_paragraph] = Harmony Lambert (Chumash Nation) Three weeks ago, I returned from a three-week stint at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in Standing Rock.
It was a bold statement to make, but it was backed up with continued pressure and action against construction on behalf of water protectors and allies in Standing Rock, as well as supporters across the world.