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~ Thursday, July 26 ~
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"This morning the Oglala Sioux tribe in South Dakota held a sexual assault and domestic violence awareness walk called "Stop the Hurt". There was an honor song for victims, and a discussion about the importance of the Violence Against Women Act. Thank you Sunny Clifford for participating in today’s events and sharing this photo with us."
Photo credit to Sunny Clifford (thanks allowing Save Wiyabi Project to circulate the photo).

"This morning the Oglala Sioux tribe in South Dakota held a sexual assault and domestic violence awareness walk called "Stop the Hurt". There was an honor song for victims, and a discussion about the importance of the Violence Against Women Act. Thank you Sunny Clifford for participating in today’s events and sharing this photo with us."

Photo credit to Sunny Clifford (thanks allowing Save Wiyabi Project to circulate the photo).

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~ Tuesday, March 6 ~
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From yesterday’s Keystone XL standoff in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. A little Lakota warrior proudly standing in front of a caravan of trucks that were successfully stopped before trespassing through the reservation. 

From yesterday’s Keystone XL standoff in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. A little Lakota warrior proudly standing in front of a caravan of trucks that were successfully stopped before trespassing through the reservation. 

Tags: Environment Indigenous Keystone XL Native Americans NoKXL Tar Sands Oil Sands Obama TransCanada Lakota South Dakota
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~ Monday, March 5 ~
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Today, Oglala Lakotas protested trucks carrying the Keystone XL Pipeline through the Pine Ride Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Many were arrested, but they were ultimately successful at stopping the drivers. As a Nakoda living in Montana I have to say Aho and Wopina to the protesters who showed so much bravery and honor today. Those are some fierce Natives defending their; defending our land. 

Today, Oglala Lakotas protested trucks carrying the Keystone XL Pipeline through the Pine Ride Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Many were arrested, but they were ultimately successful at stopping the drivers. As a Nakoda living in Montana I have to say Aho and Wopina to the protesters who showed so much bravery and honor today. Those are some fierce Natives defending their; defending our land. 

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