Honoring Indigenous Wisdom through Climate Justice

Monday, October 8th is Indigenous Peoples' Day. In honor of our brothers and sisters we put together this peice to begin the month of October. Prayers up that the world will begin to listen. We must stop eduating the wisdom out of our ourselves and connect back to the sacredness of Mother Earth. Begin to listen to her and the Indigenous people who protect the land. Only then will we realize that we are not living, we are surviving. We must all make the choice to rise up in honoring Indigenous Rights and Stand for Climate Justice. It is the key to a truly 100% Renewable Energy Future.

Last month, on the eve of the Global Climate Action Summit, environmental advocates, youth, local community leaders and Indigenous people from around the world converged at Crissy Field, under the iconic Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco. Thank you to everyone who came out and layed thier bodies down for the casue. Prayers up.

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Scout Returns Home!

Thanks to the hard work and efforts of Jackie Fielder and Lev Woolf Scout was found in Rapid City! Thank you thank you thank you guys! She was born in CanonBall and was at Sacred Stone from the very beginning. From Standing Rock to the Black Hills back to Standing Rock. That's how Scout Rolls, so good to have her home.

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Walking Sacred Stone

Yesterday we walked the grounds of Sacred Stone Camp and put up memorial markers of all the structures that once stood strong. We will never forget our time at Sacred Stone, this is a dedication to all the Water Protectors who stood with us.

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Prayer Walk Final Days

Sunday was the final day of A Water Protectors Prayer Walk and Honor Dance February 22-25, 2018 and the event was beautiful and healing. Thank you Native Youth Alliance for putting together such a...

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Sacred Stone Still Stands

Today we begin the Water Protector Walk back where it all started. Please join us in praying for our mother, the water and all the water protectors who stood with us against the human rights...

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Last Child's Camp

Yesterday, February 1st, 2018, we had a chance to sit down and talk with Chase about the events that took place at this time last year. We are thankful to all the water protectors who documented these moments. 

"One year ago today, Feb.1, 2017, water protectors conducted a ceremony known as Last Child's Camp. All of those charged were there pursuant to Original sovereignty and the 1851, 1868 treaties between the Lakota and the United States.

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Solar Trailer

Sacred Stone Village is proud to present one of our renewable energy projects. Built by Jarod Galvin using many items saved from the illegal Sacred Stone Camp eviction, this utility trailer is able to provide renewable energy (wind & solar inputs), water purification and satellite internet hookups for events, gatherings and camps. We intend to use this demo as a teaching tool and as a showcase for affordable alternatives to fossil fuels. 2.0 is already on the drawing board! Special thanks to Chuck Bannerand Lakota People's Law Project for contributing footage.

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Sacred Stone Camp Returns

We would like to thank everyone who helped return Sacred Stone Camp page back to the Sacred Stone Family. We look forward to reconnecting to our loyal supporters, who made this page a center for...

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