Oil and Water Don't Mix! No DAPL Support Standing Rock Pin NODAPL
The fight isnt over! While the Standing Rock campsite has been dismantled legal battles continue as we continue the fight against the continuation of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Goal is to donate $1000+ to the Standing Rock reservation. I will keep updates on donation efforts during the production of this pin. 1.5 Hard Enamel. Smoke in glitter. Limited edition out of 150.
Support the legal defense of warriors protecting land, water, and human rights. The Camp of the Sacred Stones is a spiritual and cultural camp on the Standing Rock Reservation resisting the Dakota Access oil pipeline thru non-violent direct action.
Warm Springs Indian Reservation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Warm Springs Forest Products Industry, a multi-million dollar complex owned by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs — partially located in the northwestern corner of the county — is the single biggest industry. With 300 days of sunshine and a low yearly rainfall, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, water-skiing and rock hunting are major tourist activities.
Protesters gathered in Lexington on Friday to decry President Donald Trump’s recent order to speed up production of the Dakota Access Pipeline, an oil pipeline that would run through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. The pipeline drew international attention in 2016 when members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and environmental activists protested its construction, arguing that the pipeline, which would run about a mile from the reservation, could ruin its water source. The…
Buffalo Rounded Up and Kept Without Food or Water Near Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Site