Today, we look at women who are leading the way at Standing Rock
to protect the waters of North Dakota.
In honoring the integral health and respect of Earth and People, they’re bringing forth a global indigenous spiritual and ecological movement.
To protest the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline through their land and water supply – a group of Lakota Sioux women from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, including La Donna Bravebull Allard, established the Sacred Stones Camp by the Cannonball River in North Dakota (in April). It’s now November…
Water is healing.
Through the PROTECTION of our water, we can find a way
to bring HEALING to the earth and to people.
Spiritual feminine leadership is bringing light to the way.
Mni Wiconi – Water is Life!
The crude oil pipeline is being built through sacred lands, burial grounds,and medicine harvesting sites, and is a continuation of the abuse of human rights, treaties, and nature.