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From the Dakota Pipeline Resistance

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People against the Dakota Access pipeline chant in opposition last week at a site where a roadway was being constructed to begin the process of building the pipeline. Photo: Tom Stromme/AP

The Inyan wakankagapi otip-Sacred Stone Camp from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is partnering with the Oectc  Sakowin- Seven Council Fires, Indians and Cowboys and anyone who wants to stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline. This pipeline would cross the Missouri River and Cannon Ball Rivers– the life lines to many tribes and non-natives. When this pipeline leaks, it will destroy the water and land.  Water is life. We are asking for financial support for water-food and blankets for the camp.  This is a prayer camp movement to save our sacred land and water. It has been entirely supported by the people and the campers. Wopila lila tanka– we are deeply grateful for you contributions thank you! 

In Spirit,

Sacred Stone Camp
sacredstonecamp.org

Background on Dakota Resistance: 

We Are Protectors. The Guardian. 8/18/16

Support Grows. Indian Country Today. 8/15/16

Dakota Pipeline. Mother Jones.8/12/16

Video from Dakota Occupation. 8/11/16

Camp of the Sacred Stones. 8/10/16

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Sarra Tekola, Afrin Sopariwala, Yin Yu, and Zarna Joshi.

Women of Color Speak Out: Climate Change and Systems of Oppression

Women of Color Speak Out on “Climate Change and Systems of Oppression”. We connect capitalism, colonialism, racism and the prison industrial complex to climate change. We will discuss subjects of war, corporations, banks, slavery, private prisons, poverty, and white supremacy. 

Women of Color Speak Out are four Seattle local climate justice activists: Sarra Tekola, Afrin Sopariwala, Yin Yu, and Zarna Joshi. They were at the forefront of the Shell No protests and have presented at community center, women prison, universities and high schools. Members are associated with various environmental justice grassroots collectives such as Got Green and Rising Tide Seattle. 

Where: First Unitarian Portland, 1211 SW Main St, Portland, Oregon 97205

When: Thursday, May 26 at 6:30 PM – 9 PM

More info and RSVP on facebook

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