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In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it.

House Bill Number 1203 states:
“Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens.

The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.”
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#repost@anon_boogie ・・・ From thefreethoughtproject.com In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux. Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it. House Bill Number 1203 states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens. The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.” CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #water #oil #pipine #tyranny #rezpectourwater #cannonball #souix #standwithstandingrock #sacredland #

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RP ~~>> @anon_boogie - Intel from ANONYMOUS at #ocetisakowincampyou can find this information yourself to verify ....do your research question everything...Do yall think its just a coincidence that FEMA was involved in Standing Rock in 2013? Im just askin yall to question everything #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #water #oil #pipine #tyranny #rezpectourwater #cannonball #souix #standwithstandingrock #sacredland #nature #dakotaaccesapipeline #corruption #greed #resistance #anonymous #changetheworld #bethechange #unite #earth

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@Regrann from @anon_boogie -  From thefreethoughtproject.com 
In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it.

House Bill Number 1203 states:
“Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens.

The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.”
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#repost@may_crone with @repostapp ・・・ @Regrann from @anon_boogie - From thefreethoughtproject.com In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux. Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it. House Bill Number 1203 states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens. The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.” CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #water #oil #pipine #tyranny #rezpectourwater #cannonball

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Explore cosmicfiregoddess's Instagram This is my home state. Where I live. This is maddening. #Repost @may_crone with @repostapp
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@Regrann from @anon_boogie -  From thefreethoughtproject.com 
In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it.

House Bill Number 1203 states:
“Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens.

The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.”
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#NoDAPL #NorthDakota #SacredStone  #WaterProtectors #Natives #NativeAmericans #DAPL #ProtectTheSacred #WaterIsLife # 1429957001844186441_3932740563

This is my home state. Where I live. This is maddening. #repost@may_crone with @repostapp ・・・ @Regrann from @anon_boogie - From thefreethoughtproject.com In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux. Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it. House Bill Number 1203 states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens. The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.” CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #

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Explore may_crone's Instagram @Regrann from @anon_boogie -  From thefreethoughtproject.com 
In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it.

House Bill Number 1203 states:
“Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens.

The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.”
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#NoDAPL #NorthDakota #SacredStone  #WaterProtectors #Natives #NativeAmericans #DAPL #ProtectTheSacred #WaterIsLife #Water #Oil #Pipine #Tyranny #RezpectOurWater #CannonBall #Souix #StandWithStandingRock #Sacred 1429950533942378745_2791662937

@Regrann from @anon_boogie - From thefreethoughtproject.com In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux. Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it. House Bill Number 1203 states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens. The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.” CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #water #oil #pipine #tyranny #rezpectourwater #cannonball #souix #standwithstandingrock #sacred

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Explore anon_boogie's Instagram From thefreethoughtproject.com 
In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it.

House Bill Number 1203 states:
“Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens.

The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.”
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#NoDAPL #NorthDakota #SacredStone  #WaterProtectors #Natives #NativeAmericans #DAPL #ProtectTheSacred #WaterIsLife #Water #Oil #Pipine #Tyranny #RezpectOurWater #CannonBall #Souix #StandWithStandingRock #SacredLand #Nature 1429928592372113643_265668222

From thefreethoughtproject.com In a daring swipe at First Amendment rights, North Dakota lawmakers have proposed bills directly targeting protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). If passed, the bills would add insult to injury for Native Americans and their supporters attempting to protect the water source of the Standing Rock Sioux. Introduced by so-called ‘small government conservatives,’ one bill would make it a crime for people to have face coverings at protests. Another bill, introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich (R), would make it legal to run over protesters if the driver says he or she didn’t mean to do it. House Bill Number 1203 states: “Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a driver of a motor vehicle who unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic on a public road, street, or highway, is not guilty of an offense.” Kempenich, an ally of the oil industry sure to benefit from a completed DAPL, cited complaints by his mother-in-law in justifying his proposed bill, going so far as to say a tragedy could occur “if [drivers] have punched the accelerator rather than the brakes.” He did not provide any actual examples of protesters getting hit or data on complaints from other citizens. The bill is set for a hearing in the House Transportation Committee on Friday, but the Senate Majority Leader has expressed concerns about lawsuits. Interestingly, he also said it could add to the state’s prison population “that’s soared due to crime accompanying the rise in oil production.” But lawmakers are pumping out the disinformation. “When people are having their lives disrupted, you’re going to see things move up here,” said Sen. Kelly Armstrong, an oil company executive and GOP chairman. “It’s very difficult to write ‘protest laws.’ We need to make sure there is reasonable application of the law in all circumstances, whether protest-related or not.” CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ #nodapl #northdakota #SacredStone #waterprotectors #natives #nativeamericans #dapl #protectthesacred #waterislife #water #oil #pipine #tyranny #rezpectourwater #cannonball #souix #standwithstandingrock #sacredland #nature

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Hand painted stones now up in my Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/treeoflifestudio . . . . . . #handpaintedstone, #paintedstone, #botanica, #botanicalpainting, #botsnicalart, #sacredlife, #sacredstone, #sacredalter, #alterart, #santafesacred, #sacredsantafe, #holyspace, #treeoflifestudio, #rebeccakunz

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Explore sea_sandrine's Instagram An end to a magical day at #snowflake2017. Namaste, kids. .
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An end to a magical day at #snowflake2017. Namaste, kids. . . . #winterwellness #yoga #wintercare #winnipegyoga #shakti #sacredstone #winterfestival #fortgarryhotel #yogacommunity@prairieyogi @reemka04 @inspired_elegance_events @lauraawittig

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Explore _dside's Instagram ..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media]
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..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media] . If your directly interested, feel free to track me down and have a talk in person.

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Explore _dside's Instagram ..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media]
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..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media] . If your directly interested, feel free to track me down and have a talk in person.

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Explore _dside's Instagram ..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media]
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..Have been processing a way to translate the time at Oceti Sakowin, though through several useful discussion’s with people since returned, it’s revealed to be a time that perhaps isn’t to be translated into a structure of words. It was a being and feeling place, ceremonial and contained, a lot happened and there is a lot of stories to be told, though the summation or resolution’able discourse is not really for this place [social media] . If your directly interested, feel free to track me down and have a talk in person.

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Explore sonyabratlie's Instagram Looking at our beautiful state capital as the sun was going down. With the sounds of awesome Louisiana music and after taking a ride through the beautiful Atchafalaya Basin. in my Choctaw language means Long River Choctaw for "long river", from hachcha, "river", and falaya, "long" 
We had the opportunity to face energy transfer oil company and tell them how we feel about this project. We can't have them come here after what they did to the people of Standing Rock. breaking treaties harming people that were praying for their land and sacred sites. We have to stop destroying Mother Earth. We have to find a better way. I stand for our indigenous rights and to protect the sacred. the people here in the south do not want their dirty pipeline in our bayous or our wetlands that are rapidly disappearing. That we love so much. We heard the people of these lands cry out for their land. We Heard their voices on Thursday night and I don't see them backing down. Have a heart and compassion for them and STOP the greed!! This Choctaw sister standing with me. She went to Sacred Stone and worked in the kitchen. She put herself on the frontline to pray and protect our water with the people of the Dakota land ..to say this is wrong! That water is life. We can't expect to live our life in silence. We have to use our voice and stand for those who are effected by this everyday.. Peace love and light!! #Nodapl #nobbpl #protectthesacred #rescpectourtreaties #waterislife #sacredstone #nativepride #miniwiconi #sacredstone @dallasgoldtooth @myronparran we want to share this with you all from the Baton Rouge Hearing in Louisiana 1427774398651508957_314976063

Looking at our beautiful state capital as the sun was going down. With the sounds of awesome Louisiana music and after taking a ride through the beautiful Atchafalaya Basin. in my Choctaw language means Long River Choctaw for "long river", from hachcha, "river", and falaya, "long" We had the opportunity to face energy transfer oil company and tell them how we feel about this project. We can't have them come here after what they did to the people of Standing Rock. breaking treaties harming people that were praying for their land and sacred sites. We have to stop destroying Mother Earth. We have to find a better way. I stand for our indigenous rights and to protect the sacred. the people here in the south do not want their dirty pipeline in our bayous or our wetlands that are rapidly disappearing. That we love so much. We heard the people of these lands cry out for their land. We Heard their voices on Thursday night and I don't see them backing down. Have a heart and compassion for them and STOP the greed!! This Choctaw sister standing with me. She went to Sacred Stone and worked in the kitchen. She put herself on the frontline to pray and protect our water with the people of the Dakota land ..to say this is wrong! That water is life. We can't expect to live our life in silence. We have to use our voice and stand for those who are effected by this everyday.. Peace love and light!! #nodapl #nobbpl #protectthesacred #rescpectourtreaties #waterislife #sacredstone #nativepride #miniwiconi #sacredstone @dallasgoldtooth @myronparran we want to share this with you all from the Baton Rouge Hearing in Louisiana

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I'm so happy to have two older sisters traveling with me 🚐🌍🐚 #inspiring #oldersister #cliffjumping #sacredplace #sacredstone #drangonbreath #katafigi #greece

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👌🏻P27 - Grounding Elastic Bracelet 🌱This bracelet will ground you in chaotic situations. Tiger-Eye is a stone of protection and provides self-confidence, boost willpower, focus your mind, stabilize your mood swings and bring good luck to the wearer. 💪🏻Completed with a Rudraksha bead set in silver. Hindu mythology named these beads the "Tears of Lord Shiva". ➡️annamichielan.com⬅️ #grounding #power #annamichielan #bracelet #healingjewelry #tigereye

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