Sacred Stone Camp Hosts Mní Wičoni Healing Gathering

From September 18-24, the Sacred Stone Camp will be hosting the Mní Wičoni Healing Gathering at Porcupine Creek on the Standing Rock Nation. The event will be a “gathering for Water Protectors, Allies and Supporters. It will be a time for healing, ceremony, reflection, strategizing, planning and celebration.” Continue reading

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Receives Inaugural Henry A. Wallace Award

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Receives Inaugural Henry A. Wallace Award and Pledge of $1 Million in Support for Tribe’s Transition to Renewable Energy: The Wallace Global Fund honors the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s unyielding advocacy for people and the planet – and dedication to fossil fuel independence. Continue reading

Standing Rock Responds to Oil Spill from the Dakota Access Pipeline

On April 4th, it was discovered that the Dakota Access pipeline had leaked 84-gallons of oil. The leak occurred 100-miles east of the Missouri River’s Lake Oahe reservoir, the source of drinking water for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Continue reading

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe asks federal court to set aside Trump’s pipeline reversal

Washington, D.C. – The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe today filed a major legal brief challenging the Trump Administration’s hasty approval of the controversial Dakota Access crude oil pipeline, a project in which the President and his associates have had close financial ties. The Tribe’s summary judgment asks the Court to overturn recent U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permits of the pipeline issued without environmental review or consideration of treaty rights. Continue reading