Sacred Stone Village Continues to Stand

Last year, the resistance camp known as the Sacred Stone Camp burst onto the global stage with its historic effort to stop the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. Today, the camp, now known as the Sacred Stone Village, continues to stand with a variety of projects from supporting other resistance camps, to planting trees, helping youth, to building renewable resource technologies. Continue reading

Native Prisoner Religious Rights Watchdog Organization Turns 5

Seattle, WA Huy, a tribal NGO headquartered in Seattle, Washington that provides economic, educational, rehabilitative, and religious support for Native American prisoners in the United States, just turned 5 years old.  The group also celebrates having eclipsed $100,000 in charitable gifting to Native prisoner religious circles in Washington State and South Dakota. Continue reading