Standing up for the rights of water

Mon, Jan 1, 0001

Indigenous water rights align with social response to climate imperative

Dakota Access Pipleine and other Water Protectors of North America

‘mini wachoni’ - water is life, in the Lakota language. Native tribes in the US and Canada struggle against pipeline projects with concern for future access to clean water. - Standing Rock, North Dakota - ( historically largest inter-tribal gathering in N.America where over 215 tribes participated from Sept-Dec 2017 )

https://www.youtube.com/embed/oUmU9GngRDk MN350 stand up to oppose line 3 with Winona Laduke

https://www.yesmagazine.org/opinion/2021/02/03/water-protectors-pipeline-palisade-minnesota/ Feb 3, 2021