Join us, wherever you are in the world, on Sunday December 4th at 10am Central Time, 9am Mountain Time, 4pm GMT
Here's a link to timezones near you: http://bit.ly/praywithstandingrock2
#PraywithStandingRock is a synchronized moment of Prayer across the world giving thanks for Mother Earth, Clean Water and the Water Protectors at Standing Rock.
Keep in touch for regular updates here: http://praywithstandingrock.com/
Using the word 'Prayer', rather than 'meditation' or something similar, is a native led request. Standing Rock is a prayer camp. You can pray in whatever way is appropriate for you. You don't have to be religious. You can follow your heart. Prayer can also mean taking action on the ground, but in a sacred way.
Pray for Standing Rock has been approved by the Tribal Council at Standing Rock and we wish, as allies, to respect and support the native leadership and be inclusive of their participation.
Learn about the Seven Lakota values here: http://www.ocetisakowincamp.org/seven-lakota
GLOBAL WOPIDA on December 10th
Then, on December 10 (United Nations Human Rights Day), join us along with Chief Phil Lane and many other traditional leaders for a Global Wopida. Wopida is a Dakota word that means "giving of gifts, and thank you".
Take action by contributing to the Protector's Alliance on-the-ground initiative here: https://www.gofundme.com/standingrockcomposttoilets
Sacred Stone Camp
LaDonna Brave Bull Allard
Neither Wolf NorDog
Stand with StandingRock
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Using the word 'Prayer
Global Wopida on December 10th
United Nations Day
Chief Phil Lane
Protector's Alliance on-the-ground initiative
Pray for Standing Rock
Tribal Council at Standing Rock
allies to respect and support the native leadership
United Nations Human Rights Day