Without Water We Can Not Exist #NoDAPL

Kristeen Hernandez aka Lady2Soothe

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Thank you ALL Warriors Standing in Unison to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. Thank you videographers, photographers, journalists, scribes, Penny Hartsell, Rudy TwoMoon and Lee Burkett for their truth, Diana Heideman for her captions and the unknown artists for their artwork letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_1


The comparison between Standing Rock and the 1965 “Bloody Sunday” when Alabama State Trooper’s unleashed tear gas and attack dogs on Black Voting Rights Activists marching from Selma to Montgomery.

Penny Hartsell ~ “Without water we can not exist. Water and culture are strongly interlinked. Water is a vital source of life, and culture greatly determines a person’s ‘way of life’. This includes the way people manage their water resources, having adapted themselves to the environment in which they live. For centuries sustainable water management has been daily practice in many cultures, resulting in a delicate balance between water resources and human society. Water has played a more or less prominent role in cultures, depending on the environmental conditions people had to face. Indigenous cultures are still renowned for their ingenious and sustainable water practices. Modern practices have often disturbed and overruled these traditional practices, with undesired consequences. However, in today’s societies we often see a revival of old traditions and a more natural and sustainable use of water. Finding the right mix between ‘old’ and ‘modern’ practices helps to find new sustainable solutions. Life came from the oceans, and the oceans have sustained life as we know it for over two billion years. Whether they continue to nurture us, and how long, depends on how responsibly humans can respond to the challenges of a threatened marine environment and an inescapably warming global climate. It is a privilege to be on this Earth. This is a unique and highly potent place of learning, beauty and revelation. Those that recognize that are intelligent human beings. Those who don’t, are imbalanced, egocentric, sleeping children. I don’t care how old they look, how well dressed they are, how many letters they may have after their names or how accomplished they think they are. The true sign of the most refined level of intelligence, is how one treats this planet, and the precious life upon it. That is the truth.”


The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), owned by Houston, Texas based corporation called Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. which created the subsidary Dakota Access LLC. The DAPL, also known as the Bakken Pipeline, is proposed to transport 450,000 barrels of crude oil per day (which is fracked and highy volatile) from the Bakken fields of North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. Dakota Access has failed to consult with tribes and conduct a full Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

In early August Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge announced that, along with Marathon Petroleum, it will make a significant investment in the Bakken Pipeline System, including the controversial Dakota Access pipeline. As part of their statement, Enbridge also noted that, “Upon successful closing of the transaction, EEP and Marathon Petroleum plan to terminate their transportation services and joint venture agreements for the Sandpiper Pipeline Project.”

We know that this influx of resources from Enbridge will only speed up the construction process. We know that any day now construction will begin and we will only have 48 hours notice to respond. Please fill out this form if you stand with standing stone camp and are able to risk arrest or play support roles in direct actions.



“Frost Kennel Ohio” This Facebook Profile photo turned up “Frost Kennels breed, train and rent dogs for security.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_15A newer Frost website is in progress advertising their training services. Take a close look at their logo, they consider their attack dogs lethal weapons.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_14Frosts website and their statement about renting dogs for events. It’s unknown if Frosts Security was hired directly, or subcontractors brought in by another corporation.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_16A photo from August with the same truck loaded with dogs for a security event.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_92014 Ripoff Report on Frost Kennels reports lack of use of vaccines. Please go to the hospital and get a rabies booster if you’ve been bitten. Frost Kennels cannot produce any vaccination records for their dogs.

The red truck appears again here. Note the identical detailing. Registration of the truck is to Edward William Frost, felon and registered sex offender.



Bob Frost owner of Frost Kennels. His bicep cuff is clearly visibleletourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_23

By 1 pm Sept. 4, 2016 Bob had scrubbed the Frost Kennels Facebook page and all reference’s to his personal profile.


Ashley Nicole Welch endorsement of Frost Kennels. Ashley purchased all 7 of her dogs from Frost Kennels and has enrolled at least 2 in their lethal attack dog training programs.letourvoicesecho-nodapl-standingrocksioux_2

letourvoicesecho-nodapl-standingrocksioux_4Registration of the truck is to Edward William Frost, felon and registered sex offender.

Bob’s cuff visible beneath his sleeve.

Bob Frost’s forearm tattoo.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_21Bob’s forearm tattoo clearly visible. Sunglasses’ dog turns on him. Red truck visible in background.

letourvoicesecho-nodapl-frostkennels-standingrocksiouxBob Frost Getting attacked by one of the handlers dogs. 

Bob Frost changed his profile picture to his black dog and icon to a militaristic rhetoric. Note he’s still listed as the owner of Frost Kennels.


letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_25Ashley Nicole Welch’s page before it was scrubbed.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_27Ashley Nicole Welch


Ashley Nicole Welch
Owner/Operator of ANW Quarter Horses
12401 Snow Rd., Burton, Ohio 44021, USA
Phone#: 1-440-537-2517
Email: awelch36@gmail.com
Approximate age: 30 years
Parents: Doug and Kim Welch
Ashley is a police dispatcher/911 operator for 13 different municipalities in Ohio. She works for Chagrin Valley Dispatch in Northeast Ohio.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_11This is where the research started: the license plate on the red truck pictured behind Ashley Nicole Welch the female handler holding the dog with the bloody mouth.


letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_28Blue T-shirt has lost control of his dog because it’s chasing horses.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_29Blue T-shirt attacks a protester while his dog attacks horses.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_30Blue T-shirts dog remains loose while he vanishes to the left. Dog attacks and bites horse.


letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_34Blue T-shirt retreats

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_32Blue T-shirt retreats without dog. Sunglasses’ is running to retrieve dog.

letourvoicesecho-nodapl-frostkennelsattackdogs-standingrocksiouxFrost Kennels dogs and handlers attacking nonviolent unarmend women.




letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_33This bitten protester pointed out Ashley and her dog.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_36Bob Frost instructs Ashley not to talk to the press about her dog biting a non-violent unarmed protester.letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_61
letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_39Markings on this dog from Ashley Welch’s page are identical.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_40Another view of Ashley’s dog and her white truck with “Caution” stickers on it. This vehicle did not appear to be present at Standing Rock. Look where there is tan.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_41Ashley’s dog, another comparison view for muzzle markings.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_42Sunglasses and his dog are visible behind Ashley as she walks away from the press.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_43Ashley goads her dog to attack non-violent unarmed protesters, while Blue T-shirt’s dog tries to take off.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_44Ashley and her dog charging at protesters. Blue T-shirt’s dog is trying to follow.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_45Blue T-shirt is trying not to lose his dog for the 2nd time as it tried to follow Ashley’s dog.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_46Blue T-shirts dog is released to attack protesters for the 2nd time. Protesters fend it off with flags and sticks.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_47Blue T-shirt has recaptured his dog. Ashley is still collecting hers.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_48Ashley has retreated. Blue T-shirt has collected his dog. Sunglasses’ stays on the front line the longest.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_49Sunglasses’ still won’t disengage, while Ashley and Bob call it a day.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_50Bob takes his skinny undernourished dog to the red truck. Sunglasses’ dog turns on him again. Blue T-shirt and Green T-shirt with his skinny undernourished dog are clearly visible.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_52Bob is loading his dog into the red truck. Ashley is taking her’s to the silver van. Sunglasses’, Blue T-shirt and Green t-Shirt are clearly visible.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_54Ashley loads her dog, while Blue t-shirt and Sunglasses’ go behind the van. Unclear it they loaded them into the the van or a white Utah truck to the left.

letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_55Green T-shirt and his dog leave the camp in the back of Bob’s truck.

“The dangers imposed by the greed of big oil on the people who live along the Missouri river is astounding. When this proposed pipeline breaks, as the vast majority of pipelines do, over half of the drinking water in South Dakota will be affected… It must be stopped. The people of the four bands of Cheyenne River stand with our sister nation in this fight as we are calling on all the Oceti Sakowin or Seven Council Fires to do so with our allies, both native and non native in opposing this pipeline.” ~ Joye Braun (Cheyenne River)


1. It’s Not Political – It’s Life and Death
2. This Is a Women-Led Issue ~ Women are the protectors of water and life
3. Our Movement Is Non-Violent Direct Action ~ No guns. No drugs or alcohol. Protect and care for others in the camp.

We understand not everyone can physically come to camp with us, but there is much that can be done from afar. You can donate money or supplies, or help us spread the word by following us on social media and sharing our posts. If you have legal or media skills to offer, please contact us. http://sacredstonecamp.org/

Right now monetary donations are the most helpful! You are all amazing and we are getting a lot of Amazon packages and donations and we are spending a lot of time sorting through it all. We understand you like to buy us things off Amazon and truly appreciate it, however right now monetary donations to purchase the big ticket items we need to prepare for winter, like building supplies and a pick-up truck. http://sacredstonecamp.org/supply-list/

For the purpose of warmth, food, shelter, education, sustenance, and health.

Supplies, cash, or check donations can be sent to:
Sacred Stone Camp
P.O. Box 1011
Fort Yates, ND 58538


A censored News reader said one of the mercenaries who attacked Native Americans and supporters has been identified as Landon Steele,. He is a U.S. veteran, paramilitary and is now employed by Torchlight USA LLC



ANIMALS 24-7 on September 7,  2016 received an anonymous tip that “Ashley Nicole Welch is a dispatcher for the Solon Police Department in Solon, OH.  She finished up the Police Academy and is actively if not already has an offer to work for one of our police stations in the Ohio area.” Available public records indicate that an Ashley Welch,  whose photo indicates that she is the Ashley Nicole Welch photographed at Standing Rock on September 3,  2016,  was a Solon police dispatcher from mid-2012 until at least mid-2015,  and in April 2013 was honored for helping to save a life on November 11,  2012,  acting in her capacity as dispatcher.  

As of 6:00 p.m. PST,  however,  ANIMALS 24-7 had not yet found anything associating Ashley Nicole Welch with the Solon police following a mention in Solon Civil Service Commission records of a “Memo dated August 10, 2015 from Chief [Christopher] Viland to Dispatcher Ashley Welch regarding Departmental Charges.”

The state of Ohio requires that anyone furnishing for hire guard dogs in connection with the protection of persons or property be licensed through the state and that failure to do so is a misdemeanor crime for first offense and a felony for any subsequent offenses. “The names Bob Frost, Frost Kennels, and Ashley Welch are not found in the public data base of those licensed in Ohio to furnish for hire guard dogs in connection with the protection of persons or property. “In order to travel to North Dakota to provide those services, said guard dogs would have to have been trained in Ohio,  and the agreement for services as well as payment be processed in Ohio.  This gives the state of Ohio jurisdiction in determining if Frost Kennels,  Bob Frost,  or Ashley Welch violated the law.  A complaint will be filed with the Ohio Department of Public Safety alleging a violation of Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 4749,”  Joyce promised.

Dogs were hauled to the Dakota Access location by a red truck with an Ohio plate: GTK 5721, clearly captured in photos from the scene and identified as identical to the one used by Frost Kennels, and depicted by the company on its own website, for hauling security dogs.letourvoicesecho-nodapl-standingrocksioux_3








letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl_56Frost Kennels is owning up to the vicious attacks by their dogs on non-violent unarmed peaceful Native American’s. HOWEVER  Frost Kennels  is printing fictitious and fraudulent Morton County Sheriff Dept. in their own defense.





letourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl-gregantoineletourvoicesecho-standingrock-nodapl-gregantoine_2Artist Unknown

Rudy TwoMoon ~ Creator, guide us and allow us the power to accept these prayers for peace. May we as the people, be strong enough to fight our instincts, bring healing back to ourselves for the future of all generations. May our actions be like those we protect. May we be a reflection of balance. We ask you this so we may bring peace, compassion and abundance through choice of our desire to being whole. We ask you to help us find the balance of choice so we may take responsibility for actions. We pray for those who wish to do us harm and they see our prayers are for their healing. May our enemies see we are not enemies, but living breathing souls who wish to stand shoulder to shoulder as sisters and brothers upon this great mother. These are my words, I have spoken.

Today I heard the ancestors. They are here giving power to the protectors.


Rudy TwoMoon ~ Let’s be cautious about celebrating this. On one hand it seems clear that our pressure is having an effect. Let’s keep it up.

But we have seen time and time again a consistent strategy from the State in these situations: string out the process, break it to us gradually to avoid a big confrontation, present the illusion of careful thoughtful review of the case, tempt us with promises of modest reforms…but then in the end make the same decision that serves money not people. So far this is just talk, not actions, and actions are all we should care about.

Stop the pipeline, and then we’ll celebrate.

We are not leaving until this is over.

UPDATE: The tribe immediately filed an “injunction pending appeal” in US District Court. The company filed a response opposing the appeal, and then the Army Corps filed a response also opposing the appeal. It is almost certain the Judge will not change his decision, this is just a formality. Next step is the tribe will appeal at the US Court of Appeals next week.

As we understand it, there is NOTHING legally binding in the DOJ’s joint statement. Again, not a victory yet.


James Emanuel “Jeb” Boasberg (born February 20, 1963) is a District Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, also serving as a Judge on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court; and former associate judge on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Boasberg received an A.B. from Yale University in 1985, where he was a member of Skull and Bones, and a Master of Studies the following year from Oxford University. Skull and Bones is exclusively limited to White Protestant males who in 1918, headed by Prescott Bush’s brother Jonathan Bush, Grandfather of President George H.W. Bush, along with five other officers’ dug up Geronimo’s body and placed it in the Skull and Bone’s Cult Museum.

The United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC, also called the FISA Court) is a U.S. federal court established and authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA) to oversee requests for surveillance warrants against foreign spies inside the United States by federal law inside the United States by federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Such requests are made most often by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Congress created FISA and its court as a result of the recommendations by the U.S. Senate’s Church Committee. Its powers have evolved and expanded to the point that it has been called “almost a parallel Supreme Court.”



Sitting Bull, pictured along with his nephew White Bull. Sitting Bull was killed by Indian police at the Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota on Dec. 5, 1890 after many years of successfully resisting white efforts to destroy him and the Sioux people.

Penny Hartsell ~ Water is the world’s most critical resource. It sustains life, and thus the global food chain. It powers industrial production, and thus the global economy. Freshwater is perhaps the most important natural resource for human survival. Did you know that it is also highly limited and currently under severe distress? Native traditional knowledge includes knowing a place. It covers knowledge of the environment, such as rain, snow, ice, weather resources, plants and animals, and the relationship between all these things. Traditional knowledge is partly a holistic way of looking at the world and partly looking at life with a deep spiritual respect for all things. For example, traditional knowledge explains in story form how and why water is important to all that share life on this planet. By “all” means plants, animals, clouds, sky, fish, birds, rocks, and water. Water in some Native communities is so important that it is considered sacred medicine. Many Native ceremonies begin and end with a prayer of water. Water is an important gift for all. If water were observed as sacred, then perhaps it will be taken care of and viewed in a different light than it is today by most people that live on Mother Earth. This planet’s water is a sacred gift that much too often is taken for granted. Respect and a deeper understanding of what the gift of water is really about needs to be of greater importance throughout society. Fortunately, many individuals, groups and businesses are responding to this water challenge and are working together to reduce the pressure on water resources, and encourage sustainable water stewardship. Whether water is a core ingredient or plays a supporting role in producing a final product, it is vital to the operation and growth of almost every business. So when water is scarce, not replenished at the same rate it is used, or otherwise inaccessible due to pollution or quality issues, the effects of local water scarcity have ramifications on a much larger scale. We know today that most of our problems with water are multidimensional and that neither science alone nor Native traditional knowledge alone can solve these problems. The solutions to our water problems involve not only scientific and technological solutions but also changing attitudes and actions so that people learn to regard our natural resources with respect. This way of knowing and teaching could help us change attitudes in regards to not only respect for water, but life respect on this planet. In learning about how to blend good science of water with traditional knowledge in a more balanced way, we are all learning about compassion – compassion for each other and compassion about how and why to use our knowledge. #MotherHemp

#NoDAPL #MniWiconi #WaterisLife #RezpectOurWater #ProtectorsNotProtesters



New Investigation Names Wall Street Banks Behind $3.8 Billion Dakota Access Pipeline

The 38 Banks financially involved in the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline:
How to Contact 17 of the Banks Funding the Dakota Access Pipeline
http://tinyurl.com/zq4c3tv CEO names, emails, and phone numbers—because banks have choices when it comes to what projects they give loans to.


1. AMN Amro Capital $45,000,000
2. Bank of America $350,558,456
3. Bank of North Dakota – funds the military, mercenaries and police for DAPL
4. Bank of Nova Scotia $100,000,000
5. Bank of Montreal – Enbridge Inc.’s Northern Gateway pipeline shareholder of DAPL
6. Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi $548,058,456
7. Barclays $370,558,456
8. BayernLB $120,000,000
9. BBVA Securities $120,000,000
10. BNP Paribus $444,558,456
11. Citibank $521,808,456
12. Citizens Bank $72,500,000
13. Comerica Bank $72,500,000
14. Community Trust $30,000,000
15. Compass Bank $275,558,456
16. Credit Agricole $344,558,456
17. Credit Suisse $340,558,456
18. Deutsch Bank $275,558,456
19. DMB Capital/ASA $340,558,456
20. BYE BYE BUT ITS NOT OVER —-DNB First Bank $120,000,000
21. Goldman Sachs $243,937,500
22. HSBC Bank $189,000,000
23. ICBC London $120,000,000
24. ING Bank $248,353,779
25. Intesa Sanpaolo $339,000,000
26. JP Morgan Chase $312,500,000
27. Mizuho Bank $589,058,456
28. Morgan Stanley $225,937,900
29. Natixis $180,000,000
30. PNC Bank $270,000,000
31. Royal Bank of Canada $340,558,456
32. Royal Bank of Scotland $250,558,456
33. Societe Generale $120,000,000
34. Sumitomo Mitsui Bank $265,558,456
35. SunTrust $435,015,334
36. TD Securities/TD Bank $365,000,000
37. UBS $336,437,500
38. US Bank $275,000,000
39. Union Bank – owned by Mitsubishi
40. Wells Fargo $457,000,000



6 thoughts on “Without Water We Can Not Exist #NoDAPL

  1. I absolutely love animals, and am a dog person. There are precautions I take when walking my dogs because of dogs off leash who might attack. Wasp spray — the kind that sprays up to 30 feet, can stop an attacking dog in its tracks. It’s better than mace that does not spray that far.

    Yesterday, after the court decision that would not stop the continuation of the destruction of Native American land, it was reported that President Obama has stopped construction of the pipeline.

    • The Lee Burkett news feed this morning is filled with mostly Democrats dancing in the street and high fiving about how President Obama has halted construction on the DAPL. It’s simply not true, and I’m asking your help to make people aware of this latest bit of bait and switch and the huge propaganda campaign behind promoting it as a victory.

      Beware. Be very aware. The Joint Statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Army and the Department of the Interior Regarding Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a bait and switch. Trust that this is true. This is how they pretend to do what the people want, without doing anything at all. The media is all over this, but again, beware. Be smart.

      Please. Read and understand EXACTLY what is being said. Two sentences are of utmost importance, and demand our understanding:

      1.) Therefore, construction of the pipeline on Army Corps land bordering or under Lake Oahe will not go forward at this time.”
      2.) “In the interim, we request that the pipeline company voluntarily pause all construction activity within 20 miles east or west of Lake Oahe.”

      Read, and understand what is being said, what is being promised.
      Construction CAN and WILL continue along the entire length of the DAPL, except for a 40 mile radius around Lake Oahe. The Government is asking the Pipeline company to VOLUNTARILY pause all construction- within that 40 mile radius.

      This issue has not been put to rest. The threat to our water remains.
      Don’t be fooled.

      • Hey Lady,
        I picked up on the two points, but wasn’t sure if I could explain it. I’m so happy that you have. Things have been happening, it seems daily. Someone blogged yesterday that the Governor had called out the National Guard, but the article was dated Sept. 8th. I truly hope that the contractor heeds the recommendation of the government and voluntarily stops construction. It would be good to call-off the entire project, but I highly doubt that is going to happen. At this stage, what are the people’s options?

        • Xena,
          I meant to respond to your original post with the following:
          The purpose of Standing Rock is to protect the environment while peacefully protesting the pipeline and has caused not only to sacred ground but the detriment of the people who will be affected by water contamination (anyone drinking or otherwise using water – in other words, everyone.)

          This is a peaceful protest and using a pesticide in a manner other than according to labeled directions is a violation of federal law (7 U.S.C. §136 et seq. ‘1996’ ~ Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act) The FIFRA defines the term ”unreasonable adverse effects on the environment” to mean: ”(1) any unreasonable risk to man or the environment, taking into account the economic, social, and environmental. The active ingredients in most wasp sprays contain pyrethrins and/or pyrethroids which affect the nervous system as well as causing damage to eyes as a complete melting of the cornea and surrounding tissue; meaning it would not support a cornea transplant to restore vision.

          Going against Federal Law would completely and irrevocably jeopardize the movement.

          In regard to ‘options’; as my son Rudy TwoMoon stated this morning ~ “Let’s be cautious about celebrating this. On one hand it seems clear that our pressure is having an effect. Let’s keep it up.

          But we have seen time and time again a consistent strategy from the State in these situations: string out the process, break it to us gradually to avoid a big confrontation, present the illusion of careful thoughtful review of the case, tempt us with promises of modest reforms…but then in the end make the same decision that serves money not people. So far this is just talk, not actions, and actions are all we should care about.

          Stop the pipeline, and then we’ll celebrate.

          We are not leaving until this is over.

          UPDATE: The tribe immediately filed an “injunction pending appeal” in US District Court. The company filed a response opposing the appeal, and then the Army Corps filed a response also opposing the appeal. It is almost certain the Judge will not change his decision, this is just a formality. Next step is the tribe will appeal at the US Court of Appeals next week.

          As we understand it, there is NOTHING legally binding in the DOJ’s joint statement. Again, not a victory yet.”

          • Hey Lady,

            Going against Federal Law would completely and irrevocably jeopardize the movement.

            Strange, seeing that law enforcement suggests that those who are opposed to guns carry wasp spray or keep it in the house for self-defense.

            It’s really shameful that after centuries of deliberately destroying Native Americans and their lands, that the government would continue it into the 21st century.

            • “law enforcement suggests that those who are opposed to guns carry wasp spray”

              Law Enforcement is the police dept. and as we know they don’t think they have to follow federal laws or uphold the Constitution, simple things like like 4th Amendment Rights i.e. Unreasonable Search and Seizure’s, the Right to Remain Silent, the Right to Photograph Police etc. Or the 2nd Amendment Right to carry a gun (if you’re a person of color). It’s like every other law they promise to uphold and protect… There’s always an underlying agenda. I’m of the First Nations Thunder Clan; any Indigenous (or people of color) who utilize laws made for White People will suffer the consequences.

              I wasn’t until June 2, 1924, Congress granted citizenship to Native Americans born in the U.S. Yet even after the Indian Citizenship Act, we still weren’t allowed to vote until 1957 because the right to vote was governed by White People Law.

              In 1968, discrimination was made [sic] illegal but never went into effect….. In 1978 natives were not to be imprisoned any longer for ceremonies and religious practices, but this didn’t go into effect until 1983. And if you follow what’s going on at Standing Rock you’ll see peaceful prayer is being met with assault weapon’s, pepper spray and viciously aggressive attack dogs.

              You might find some answers in my son’s article
              Barriers, Borders, and Blood This is NOT My History

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