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O\’odham in Mexico Protest Trump\’s Border Wall

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE Sat., March 25, 8:30 a.m. The O\’odham in Mexico, Traditional Authority, are beginning their rally against Trump\’s border wall in Sonora, Mexico. Meanwhile, on the U.S. side, there is breaking news, as supporters head down to the border protest. The US Border Patrol is stopping supporters on the Tohono O\’odham Nation, and issuing this warning right now. There are ACLU legal observers involved, and we will keep you updated on the legal issues as we receive those. We are in touch with the O\’odham in Mexico will keep you updated. O\’odham are watching to see what official position the elected Tohono O\’odham government in Sells, Arizona, will take, as the U.S. Border Patrol issues these warnings to those arriving on the US side, south of Sells, Arizona, known as San Miguel Gate. The threat letter below being issued by the US Border Patrol agents has the logo of the Tohono O\’odham Police Department at the top. It is clear that the US Border Patrol wants to stop the protest. The intimidation tactics, threats and abuse of the US Border Patrol continues on Tohono O\’odham Nation land. — Brenda, Censored News. Update at 9 a.m. Supporters have been stopped in the tribal capitol of Sells, Arizona, by a white officer with the Tohono O\’odham Police Department, and federal agents. They were told they would be arrested for trespass if they proceeded on tribal land without an O\’odham tribal member with them. Reporters have been halted. The following warning is being issued by U.S. Border Patrol agents to supporters arriving, on Tohono O\’odham Nation land, right now. .

O\’odham protest Border Wall at the Wo\’osan Gate (San Miguel Gate)

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News and Narco News
O odham in Mexico rally today, March 25, at the border to protest President Trump s plan to build a border wall that would separate their families and communities, interfere with ceremonies and threaten the lives of O odham who depend on medical services.
The Traditional O odham in Sonora, Mexico, welcome the public and media to join them for prayer, traditional songs and speakers, beginning at 7 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
“Everyone is invited to support the O\’odham community in bringing awareness to the negative effects that the US President Donald Trump\’s physical barrier would have on the livelihood of O\’odham living on both sides of the border, the Consejo Supremo O odham in Mexico said.
The international border dissects the traditional homelands of O odham, who live on both sides of the US Mexico border.
President Trump s proposed border wall would deter O odham traditional ceremonies, separate families and threaten the lives of those who depend on emergency medical services.
Further, the border wall in Arizona would halt the natural flow of migration of wildlife, including jaguars and pronghorns.
Wo\’osan Gate, known as The Gate, is located south of Sells, Arizona. It is a US Mexico border crossing for O\’odham with tribal membership identification.
Protesta pacifica en la frontera
Protestamos en contra del muro
El sabado 25, de marzo del 2017
Lugar: garita wo\’osan (tambi n conocido como garita de san Miguel)
Evento todo el d a inicia a las 7:00 am
Todo el publico es bienvenido todo medio informativo es bienvenido
Invitaci n abierta a personas que hagan canto tradicional danzantes bandas musicales y todas las personas que desean hablar tendremos comida y todas sus donaciones son bienvenidas
El 24 de marzo del 2017
Habr lugar para acampar en la iglesia santa carmela en la comunidad wo\’osan en sonora M xico traigan sus tiendas de acampar ramadas sombrillas y sillas para su comodidad.
No sera tolerado el uso de alcohol ni de ninguna otra substancia toxica pandillerismo y ning n tipo de armas contaremos con el apoyo de autoridades estatales y federales.
Anfitri n el Consejo Supremo de la tribu Tohono O\’odham en Mexico.

NORWAY — Women of Standing Rock to Speak Out During Divestment Delegation

Indigenous Women of Standing Rock and Allies to Speak Out During Divestment Delegation to Norway

March 23, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 24, 2017
Media Contact:
General requests – Emily Arasim, +1(505) 920-0153, emily@wecaninternational.org
Urgent requests in Norway – Osprey Orielle Lake, +1(415) 722-2104, osprey@wecaninternational.org
Indigenous Women of Standing Rock and Allies to Speak Out
During Divestment Delegation to Norway, March 25th-April 2nd
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California (March 24th, 2017) A delegation of Indigenous women from Standing Rock and their allies who observed and/or experienced human rights and Indigenous rights violations in North Dakota, U.S. will travel to Norway to share on-the-ground experiences from Standing Rock and other traditional territories, as Indigenous women who are living in communities directly impacted by fossil fuel development and infrastructure.
Despite the termination of the Environmental Impact Statement for the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) by the U.S. Trump administration, Indigenous women remain undeterred in their quest for justice and healing regarding the violations of Indigenous rights and human rights related to the on-going construction of DAPL and other fossil fuel projects.
From March 25th to April 2nd, 2017 the Indigenous Women s Divestment Delegation to Norway: Experiences from Standing Rock will engage with financial institutions and public officials, civil society groups and public forums, and press and media to share their experiences, concerns and calls for international solidarity and justice.
All of the Delegates have been engaged on the frontline of the Standing Rock resistance effort and other work to oppose extractive developments in their homelands and to protect the natural systems of life and Indigenous rights.
Delegates include Dr. Sarah Jumping Eagle (Oglala Lakota and Mdewakantonwan Dakota living and working on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation); Wast Win Young (Ihunktowanna/Hunkpapa of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Former Tribal Historic Preservation Officer); Tara Houska (Anishinaabe, tribal attorney, National Campaigns Director of Honor the Earth, and former advisor on Native American affairs to Bernie Sanders); Autumn Chacon (Din /Navajo writer and performance artist); and Michelle Cook ( Din / Navajo, human rights lawyer and a founding member of the of the Water Protector Legal Collective at Standing Rock) – with the support of Delegation organizer Osprey Orielle Lake (Executive Director of the Women s Earth and Climate Action Network, WECAN) and documentary filmmaker, Tanyette Colon. [ Full spokes-women biographies here ]
Details surrounding public and press events will be released soon. Members of the press are encouraged to reach out with questions and media requests for spokeswomen.
“In the 21st century, an investment in dated, entrenched, dirty fossil fuels is an investment against our children and our future. Indigenous peoples bear the brunt of the many harms associated with extractive industry, our communities are impacted first and worst. We must break the cycle of oil dependency and justly transition to a green economy.” explains Tara Houska, Anishinaabe, tribal attorney, National Campaigns Director of Honor the Earth, former advisor on Native American affairs to Bernie Sanders
The United States Army Corps of Engineers recently permitted the Dakota Access Pipeline, which would carry crude oil from North Dakota to Illinois, where it would hook up to other pipelines and refineries. The inevitable pipeline break on the river will result in catastrophic contamination of the water supply for 17 million people downstream, including our people. This sends a direct message that our people are expendable. Although there has been a brief respite in activity it has not stopped or deterred our people from maintaining a physical and spiritual presence on our ancestral lands. This movement has and always will be guided by prayer and love. W hekiye. Wo theh ila. Wo wau ila. Prayer. Love. Compassion. Mitakuye Oyasin. All My Relations. explains Wast Win Yellowlodge Young, Ihunktowanna/Hunkpapa, member the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
“Making indigenous human rights abuses visible is critical in ending human rights abuses against Indigenous peoples. Indigenous women deserve spaces where they can share their personal testimonies regarding the impacts of extractive industries on their lands, lives, bodies, and human rights. This delegation provides the rare opportunity, for Indigenous women to meet face to face with the international banks who fund the DAPL and oil and gas extraction in their traditional territories.” explains Michelle Cook, Din (Navajo) human rights lawyer and founding member of the Water Protector Legal Collective at Standing Rock
“The connections between who we are as Lakota Oyate – our health, our lands and water, our spirituality, our self-empowerment and self-esteem – are deeply rooted; the actions we take to protect our land and water, our future, and our children\’s water can only help us all. We all have the power – wowasake – within us to make a difference in this world.” explains Dr. Sara Jumping Eagle, Oglala Lakota and Mdewakantonwan Dakota living and working on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation
“In North Dakota when we attempt to sit down and have meetings with the bank, or the executives of the project affecting us, the doors will be locked before we even get to the building. The police will be called, we are threatened with arrest. What options are we then left with?” explains Autumn Chacon, artist, activist and Water Protector
Indigenous women are the foundation, backbone and future of their tribal nations and now more than ever, it is essential to listen to the struggles and solutions of frontline women. We stand in solidarity with the Indigenous women delegates from the Standing Rock resistance effort as they raise their voices in Norway throughout this week. Concerned members of the international community whose governments and corporations are complicit in the violation of the rights of Indigenous Peoples, human rights, and Earth rights must be made aware of the devastations being carried out in their names across the world. Together, with voices of Indigenous women at the forefront, we can restore the health of our communities, transition to clean energy, and build the just world we seek. explains Osprey Orielle Lake, Executive Director of the Women s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
“While in Standing Rock bearing witness a few months ago and documenting Indigenous women, one interview that pierced my soul was that of a 13 year old from the Standing Rock Sioux. I asked her,” What would you tell Norway if you had the opportunity to speak to them?” She said, “Please know that my people have suffered and if you still continue to invest here I would say, “Have you no heart?” explains Tanyette Colon Activist and Documentarian
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The Women s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN International) is a solutions-based, multi-faceted organization established to engage women worldwide as powerful stakeholders in climate change, climate justice, and sustainability solutions. WECAN International was founded in 2013 as a project of the 501(c)3 Women s Earth and Climate Caucus (WECC) organization.

Film Trailer \’AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock\’ Tribeca Film Festival

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World Premiere Screenings

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VANCOUVER \’Stoking the Sacred Fire\’ Live Friday Night

Live from Vancouver BC Friday night.
Voices from the Sacred Fire: Indigenous Land Defenders Speak
With Freda Huson (Unist ot en) — Ladonna Brave Bull Alla rd (Standing Rock Sioux) — Richard Wright (Madii Lii) –Brandon Gabriel (Kwantlen) — Kachina Bige (Lutsel\’ke Den ) — Sakej Ward (Mi kmaw) — Kanahus Pelkey (Secwepemc)

Video Cheyenne River Chairman Update on Camps for Water Protectors

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Cheyenne River Chairman Harold Frazier
Cheyenne River Chairman Harold Frazier shares how Cheyenne River opened up a camp at Eagle Butte, South Dakota, as a safe place for water protectors. The camp was created after water protectors were attacked, arrested and evicted at Standing Rock. Chairman Frazier describes how Cheyenne River also maintains a spiritual camp of water protectors along the Cannon Ball River, where ceremonies are being held. Chairman Frazier said it was created so people would not be a burden on anyone, and could continue their cultural ways. Water protector Eric Poemoceah, who conducts the interview, thanks Chairman Frazier for coming to the aid of water protectors. Eric was violently attacked on live video by militarized police when Oceti Sakowin Camp was demolished. Eric is now in a wheelchair following the attack when police.

SALT LAKE Long Walk 5 Photos by Bad Bear

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Thank you to Carl \’Bad Bear\’ Sampson, Western Shoshone, for sharing his photos of Longest Walk 5. Walkers at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake stood in solidarity with Standing Rock water protectors, urging divestment in Dakota Access Pipeline. Walkers marched to the Utah Capitol and offered prayers.
Photojournalist Bad Bear has shared his photos from the Longest Walk 2, 3 and 4, with Censored News, and is now crossing this land again. Thank you!

O\’Odham in Mexico Against the Border Wall Peaceful Event

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Protesta pacifica en la frontera Protestamos en contra del muro El sabado 25, de marzo del 2017 Lugar: garita wo\’osan (tambi n conocido como garita de san Miguel) Evento todo el d a inicia a las 7:00 am Todo el publico es bienvenido todo medio informativo es bienvenido Invitaci n abierta a personas que hagan canto tradicional danzantes bandas musicales y todas las personas que desean hablar tendremos comida y todas sus donaciones son bienvenidas El 24 de marzo del 2017 Habr lugar para acampar en la iglesia santa carmela en la comunidad wo\’osan en sonora M xico traigan sus tiendas de acampar ramadas sombrillas y sillas para su comodidad. No sera tolerado el uso de alcohol ni de ninguna otra substancia toxica pandillerismo y ning n tipo de armas contaremos con el apoyo de autoridades estatales y federales. Anfitri n el Consejo Supremo de la tribu Tohono O\’odham en Mexico.

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Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues 2017

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Western Shoshone, Timbisha Shoshone, Havasupai, Dine\’ and Paiute speak out on radioactive dumping in Native American communities By Ian Zabarte, Western Shoshone Secretary of the Native Community Action Council Censored News LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Native Americans are preparing to meet the renewed threat of the proposed Yucca Mountain High Level Nuclear Waste Repository by educating themselves about cancer risks by hosting the Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues 2017 (NAFNI 2016) at the UNLV Barrick Museum Auditorium. Joe Kennedy of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe in Death Valley stated, Our effort is focused on cancer prevention by understanding exposure pathways then conducting risk mitigation in Native American communities. Since 1951 the US and UK have conducted nuclear testing within Western Shoshone homelands causing a wide variety of adverse health consequences know to be plausible from exposure to radiation in fallout. The proposed Yucca Mountain high level nuclear waste repository, if licensed, will add significant risk factors to the lives of the Shoshone and Paiute people. According to Ian Zabarte, Secretary of the Native Community Action Council, Yucca Mountain is within the Shoshone treaty boundary and therefore cannot meet the licensing requirement of ownership since the treaty is in full force and effect. T his is our primary contention at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Atomic Safety Licensing Board. . The NAFNI 201y will have presenters speaking about protecting the Grand Canyon including Professor Michael Lerma of Northern Arizona University, author of Indigenous Sovereignty in the 21st Century; Tribal Council Member, Carletta Tillousi, Havasupai Tribe; Klee Benally, Dine (Navajo); Leona Morgan, Dine No Nukes; Joe Kennedy of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe; and the Native Community Action Council board members representing Shoshone and Paiute people.

Photo by Ian Zabarte 2016

Native Community Action Council P.O. Box 46301, Las Vegas, NV 89114 nativecommunityactioncouncil@gmail.com www.nativecommunityactioncouncil.org Native Community Action Council P.O. Box 46301 Las Vegas, Nevada 89114 A Native American Yucca Mountain Experience By Ian Zabarte By the year 2001, the Environmental Protection Agency set the radiation protection standards for Yucca Mountain without considering the comments of the Native Community Action Council challenging the Environmental Protection Agency standard for not being protective of Native Americans. The Environmental Protection Agency set the radiation protection standard based upon a individual living 11 miles from Yucca Mountain getting water from a well and farming, in what is known as, the reasonably maximally exposed individual. No consideration was given to the comments of potential impact to Native Americans and the Department of Energy adopted the Environmental Protection Agency standards denying any arguments that do not support licensing of Yucca Mountain. This amounts to environmental racism, a violation of President Bill Clinton s Executive Order 12898, Federal Action to Address Environmental Justice in Low Income and Minority Communities. As the Yucca Mountain licensing proceeding before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission loomed in 2008 the Native Community Action Council began preparing for the licensing and in December of 2008 intervened in the Atomic Safety Licensing Board Panel of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Two contentions of the NCAC deal with ownership of land and water rights. Specifically, the NCAC relied upon the same federal statute that created Nevada, as the foundation for the ownership interests that accrue to the Shoshone people. The 1861 Nevada Organic Act states: Provided, further, That nothing in this act contained shall be construed to impair the rights of person or property now pertaining to the Indians in said Territory, so long as such rights shall remain unextinguished by treaty between the United States and such Indians, or to include any territory which, by treaty with any Indian tribe, is not, without the consent of said tribe, to be included within the territorial limits or jurisdiction of any State or Territory. In December of 2014, the NRC Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards published long awaited Safety Evaluation Report Requirements NUREG-1949, Volume 4: The NRC staff finds that DOE has not met the requirements 10 CFR 63.121(a) and 10 CFR 63.121(d)(1) regarding ownership of land and water rights, respectively. The Native Community Action Council, representing the Shoshone and Paiute people intervened in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensing of Yucca Mountain. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission proceedings are regarded as the most complicated and lengthy legal proceeding ever contemplated in human history. The Native Community Action Council achieved party with standing in the proceedings before the Atomic Safety Licensing Board Panel without any financial support bringing three contentions–one contention related to the National Environmental Policy Act and two legal contentions related to ownership of land and water rights. The Native Community Action Council is the only non-federally funded party to the licensing proceedings, whereas the Department of Energy together with other parties including the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the State of Nevada and have spent approximately $15 billion. The Shoshone and Paiute peoples began questioning impact to the people and land from radioactive fallout released by the United States and United Kingdom testing of weapons of mass destruction. Between 1986 and 1990 the Shoshone and Paiute participated in the creation of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1990 with former United States Secretary of the Interior Steward Udall and local Las Vegas lawyers Larry Johns to provide payment to downwinders–up to $50K, $75K for on-site participants; and uranium miners up to $100k for cancer illness for 15 primary cancers. Citizen Alert, then Nevada s only state-wide grassroots environmental organization, collaborated with the Shoshone and Paiute people to create the Nuclear Risk Management for Native Communities Project. Research conducted by the Native Community Action Council reviewed the Department of Energy Off-Site Radiation Exposure Review Profile and found that the Department of Energy did not replicate Native American lifestyle as they exist and instead substituted a sheep herder lifestyle for analysis. The Native Community Action Council research found significant increased exposure to Native Americans based on lifestyle differences that include: 1) diet–what Shoshone and Paiute people ate and how their food was prepared; 2) mobility where they went and what they did there; 3) shelter where they lived and what their houses were made from. Citizen Alert no longer exists but, today the Native Community Action Council proudly bears the banner, Nevada is Not a Wasteland to protect the people and land of the Great Basin. Twenty-five years ago, the Shoshone and Paiute people organized the first Healing Global Wounds event, the first Native American conference and pow-wow ever held at UNLV on the anniversary of 500 years since European discovery of North America. The Native Community Action Council is preparing to meet the continuing licensing of Yucca Mountain by hosting the 2017 Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues at the University of Nevada Las Vegas on Earth Day, April 22, 2017. The Las Vegas community is invited to participate. Further information can be found at: www.nativecommunityactioncouncil.org

Mohawk Nation News \’Trump\’s War Posture\’

TRUMP S WAR POSTURE

Please post & distribute.
MNN. Mar. 23, 2017. US President Trump is posturing for a war with China over North Korea. In effect, he said, We owe China $1.7 trillion and we are not paying any of it. We have power over them and will force them to do our bidding in North Korea. They will do as they are told, or we will nuke them . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY9nX4WP0eI See Trump posture war with China.
When the Americans came to great turtle island they made a deal to have a relationship with our ancestors to live in perpetual peace forever, based on the guswentha, two row wampum. They set up a trust account for the onkwe hon:weh, which is now over $999 trillion. The corporation stole all our money and resources and reneged on that agreement. They murdered over100 million of us while doing this.
The US has reneged on every agreement they made with us. They owe us everything they ever made from ono ware:keh, great turtle island. They owe us more money than the world has. They want to continue with their warring and destruction of mother earth in the process.
The rest of the people of the world need to stand up against the big bully called the USA before they destroy all mother earth. Borders, governments, power, money are illusions. People are born into this man-made slavery of the mind system.

UK marshall law timed with Trump outburst.
The private corporation called USA got its existence through an illegal war on great turtle island and the genocide of 100 million to get our land mass as their base. It is not theirs, it is the land of the onkwe hon:weh, the natural people. What the American bankers did to us they are now doing to Palestine. They will continue following this business plan until they enslave everyone on earth, or until the world stands up against them.
As Black Sabbath describes perfectly in War Pigs : Generals gathered in their masses, just like witches at black masses. Evil minds that plot destruction, sorcerers of death s construction. In the fields the bodies burning, as the war machine keeps turning. Death and hatred to mankind poisoning their brainwashed minds . [War Pigs].
Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com for more news, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0 or original Mohawk music visit https://soundcloud.com/thahoketoteh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEU9GxPevcM Is Merkel the daughter of Hitler?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_FtfssfmqQ China, Iran ready for USA attack
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G9FJMuRGFQ China can hit u.s. in 30 minutes [from Nantucket!]

Indigenous Women\’s Divestment Delegation to Norway — Experiences from Standing Rock

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Indigenous women leaders stand in peaceful direct action at Standing Rock

Dear Friends and Allies, With the beauty and strength of the Spring Season unfurling in the Northern Hemisphere, the Women\’s Earth and Climate Action Network is busy organizing and helping coordinate an unexpected, and very special delegation to Norway, in support of and solidarity with Indigenous women on the frontline of the ongoing Standing Rock, Dakota Access Pipeline resistance. We kindly request your support for the delegation and follow-up efforts. In the face of continued human and Indigenous rights abuses, and action by the Trump administration to push forward and terminate the Environmental Impact Statement for the Dakota Access Pipeline – Indigenous women remain undeterred in their quest for justice and healing regarding the violations occurring through the continued construction of DAPL and other fossil fuel developments threatening their homelands across the country. From March 25th to April 2nd, 2017, the \’Indigenous Women\’s Divestment Delegation to Norway: Experiences from Standing Rock\’ will travel to Norway to engage with financial institutions, public officials, civil society groups, press and media. They will participate in a variety of strategic platforms to share their experiences and calls to action, with a focus on continued forward motion in advocacy for full fossil fuel divestment and investment in a clean energy future that respects the web of life. Several of the world\’s largest financial institutions supporting the Dakota Access Pipeline and other dangerous fossil fuel developments are based in Norway. All of the Delegates have been deeply engaged in the Standing Rock resistance effort and other movements to stop fossil fuel infrastructure developments and threats to Indigenous rights, sovereignty, lands and lifeways. Please click here to contribute to this important Delegation! “Making Indigenous human rights abuses visible is critical to ending human rights abuses against Indigenous peoples. Indigenous women deserve spaces where they can share their personal testimonies regarding the impacts of extractive industries on their lands, lives, bodies, and human rights. This delegation provides that rare opportunity, for Indigenous women to address issues critical to our life-ways and survival.” – Michelle Cook, Din /Navajo human rights lawyer and founding member of the Water Protector Legal Collective at Standing Rock .

Several delegation members (left to right): Dr. Sarah Jumping Eagle, Tara Houska and Michelle Cook Delegates include Dr. Sarah Jumping Eagle (Oglala Lakota and Mdewakantonwan Dakota living and working on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation); Wast Win Young (Ihunktowanna/Hunkpapa of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Former Tribal Historic Preservation Officer); Tara Houska (Anishinaabe, tribal attorney, National Campaigns Director of Honor the Earth, former advisor on Native American affairs to Bernie Sanders); Autumn Chacon (Din /Navajo writer and performance artist); and Michelle Cook (Din /Navajo, human rights lawyer and founding member of the Water Protector Legal Collective at Standing Rock) – with the support of Delegate organizer Osprey Orielle Lake (Executive Director of the Women\’s Earth and Climate Action Network, WECAN) and Tanyette Colon (documentary filmmaker). Thank you for considering making a donation today! http://wecaninternational.org/donate For the Earth and All Generations, Osprey Orielle Lake Co-Founder and Executive Director Women\’s Earth and Climate Action Network

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