URGENT Petition Call and Solidarity Sings III

Stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline which endangers the water supply to Native American reservations.

Please, please sign – we need many, many, lots of signatures by September 14th. We are all in this together!



There continue to be problems, like this:

People at Pine Ridge rez are being harassed by cops, and turned back in their attempts to travel to the camps. This has been going on a while. The concrete roadblocks remain in place here in ND, and the state is bristling with armed cops. The camps continue to grow, as more people from all roads join us, there are 3 camps now, Sacred Stone Camp, Oceti Sakowin (Seven Councils) Camp, and Red Warrior Camp. There are ways into the camps, keep coming, people, join us! The usual caveat: no feds, no guns, no alcohol. We need supplies, donations, signatures, signal boosting! Yell, talk, dance, light the cedar and sage, please, please stand up, stand with us, join us.

Dakota Access Pipeline Standoff. – Feds Grant TRO Against Standing Rock Members. – Dakota Access Protest: We’re being sued – help us fight it!Dakota Access Standoff Calls on Obama. – Among Those Arrested…Sacred Stone Camp: Calling Water Warriors!Dakota Access: About That Oil…Dakota Access Purchaser Looking Like Enron.Standing Rock and IITC File Urgent Communication to UN.Sacred Stone Camp.North Dakota: State of Emergency Declared. – Solidarity Sings!Settling into CampWashington DC: Action AlertSolidarity Sings Along. – WE ARE…

Support Sacred Stone Camp. Legal Fund Help. Rezpect Our WaterSign the Petition. Sign urgent petition.

Dakota Access: Democracy Now! Profiles Water Protectors at Sacred Stones Camp.


  1. kestrel says

    Signed and verified.

    Wow. This is getting bigger all the time -- YES!!! That seems to be the only thing that sways these people -- votes (and money of course). If they think they will lose elections all of a sudden they get interested.

  2. says

    Thank you! I am also signed and verified. Yep, bigger and bigger. :D Cops are all over, scrambling to stop people, but they can’t.

    Now I don’t remember if it’s SD or ND that has that law…I think it’s South. There’s still a law on the books that a gathering of 3 or more Indians constitutes an uprising or war party, so we can be killed at will. I know there’s one in North that has to do with Indians on horseback and covered wagons, but I haven’t seen any covered wagons yet. Hee. I probably shouldn’t say, but it cheers me up no end to see how scared cops are of Indians on horseback.

  3. stellatree says

    Signed and signal boosted, I wish I could do more. Thanks for keeping us updated, mainstream media coverage is very disappointing.

  4. says

    Stellatree, thank you, thank you! Signal boosting is so important.

    mainstream media coverage is very disappointing.

    You’re not kidding. They are unusually quiet about this. Makes signal boosting all the more important.

  5. Morgan!? ♥ ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ says

    Signed and signal boosted. This is huge. Where the hell is media coverage of this? Do there have to be pools of blood on the ground before anyone pays attention?

  6. says

    Pilamayaye, Morgan!

    Where the hell is media coverage of this?

    We’ve been asking the same thing. Simon-Moya Smith got a column up at CNN, but outside of local rags, we aren’t getting much press.

  7. says

    The camps are amazing! I so wish I could be there. Two women (white) walked to Pine Ridge rez from Montreal! Indigenous Hawaiian people, white folk from all over, and East Indian peoples are in the camps.

  8. rq says

    It’s been amazing to see the solidarity and love coming through in this fight. What’s been far less amazing is the reason behind it, and the media reaction. I don’t know what it is about such large-scale resistance efforts that puts me on the verge of tears, but it’s still going on.

  9. Ice Swimmer says

    Signed. I must say I wasn’t sure if I should sign a petition on We the People, because I’m a shifty looking foreigner, but after rq did figured why the hell not, and besides, environmental issues are global issues, even if the biggest impact might be local.

  10. says

    Ice Swimmer @ 12:

    I must say I wasn’t sure if I should sign a petition on We the People, because I’m a shifty looking foreigner,

    You’re just joining the rest of us shifty foreigners (Indians). :D And, yeah, this is global. Pilamayaye!

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