WINNEMEM WINTU SOLIDARITY
A pro-bono, volunteer project to support the prayerful resistance at Standing Rock.
Winnemem Wintu Tribe
Adam J. Richman, Shadia Fayne Wood, Olivia Abtahi
From the Winnemum Wintu to the Sioux Nation: Water Is Life
From the Winnemum Wintu to the Sioux Nation: Water Is Life Despite the amazing step forward and victory at Standing Rock, there is still much work to be done to protect our waters. Energy Transfer Partner still plans to build the Dakota Access Pipeline in spite of the decision of the Army Corps of Engineers. We won't let them.Indigenous peoples and our allies across the world are standing together to say that enough is enough. We will protect our waters and our mountains and our ways of lifeSpecial thanks to Survival Media Agency for this video, and thanks to all the videographers who lent us their footage#NoDAPL #HOKAPosted by Nahko and Medicine for the People on Tuesday, December 6, 2016
This solidarity video was produced with footage that we gathered for the Running 4 Salmon documentary film. The intersection of water and native solidarity has been an important part of our organizing landscape for years but especially in the last year. We wanted to do our part to help bring that to life in a powerful way and support the prayerful resistance at Standing Rock.