Yesterday Owe Aku joined Tom Weis outside the White House where he attempted to deliver a petition calling on the President to stop the southern extension of the KXL Pipeline. Putting our bodies on the line whenever and wherever we need to is part of a multi-faceted strategy running up and down and back and forth across the continent. Please feel free to donate to Owe Aku's Moccasins on the Ground campaign by signing our petition and donating whatever amount you can (we are grassroots - there is no such thing as 'too' small - $5 can help get coffee for someone on the front line of a blockade or pay for markers to be used in a planning workshop at a Moccasins on the Ground camp).
How you can help
Your support will be used for Owe Aku's transportation fund. Our territory is vast and we travel to the communities that request our support in protecting sacred water. We often travel with 15 to 20 of our own people and despite camping and billeting, the costs can be substantial. The Tour of Resistance will also be meeting with many Red Nations' peoples in the Southwest, allies in Chicago and…
Debra White Plume is a Lakota mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Fighting against corporate interests and greed, she is leading a grassroots battle to block the Keystone XL Pipeline from crossing her community's sacred land. Quoted Debra, "Through the long, hot summer we will provide requested non-violent direct action training to Lakota Homelands. We will join our counterparts of…
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