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Interview with Trudell, US Army, Sičháŋǧu Oyáte (part 1). "Despite the awful awful things that have happened to my people, this is our land, even though we are in exile in our own land. We have to protect the country. We have to protect the land." Music by Grant Cutler. Interview by Bill ProutyVoices of Standing Rock による
 
Interview with Kyle Hill (US Army) from Shine River, SD. “American Indians serve disproportionally in the military. I think it’s an honor to fight for our Earth. Maybe this is what we longed for the entire time, to fight for our communities the way we envisioned.” Donate to help winterize camp here (http://bit.ly/2eiFIzn). Interview by Bill Prouty…
 
Interview with Emily Johnston from Seattle, WA. On 10/11/16, in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux, activists closed safety valves on 5 pipelines carrying Canadian tar sands oil, shutting down 15% of US crude imports. Donate to their legal defense fund here (http://bit.ly/2gnHCPq). Interview by Bill Prouty…
 
Interview with S from Toronto, Canada. "They came marching in. Full riot gear. Assault rifles. And there was about 100 of them. And I remember sitting there, and being like, I'm gonna get beat up now." Donate to the camp here (http://bit.ly/2eiFIzn). Images by Bo Hakala. Music by Timbre Ghost. Interview by Bill Prouty…
 
Interview with Daniel from from San Ysidr, CA. "My Japanese grandma was an atomic bomb survivor in Nagasaki. She was less than a quarter mile from the impact zone." Music by Timbre Ghost. Interview by Bill Prouty Donate to Daniel's Standing Rock fundraiser (http://bit.ly/2flkC6H)Voices of Standing Rock による
 
Interview with Duane from Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, ND. "To understand one another brings unity. We need to share our lives. Without fear. Without judgement. And that will create unity that will be unbreakable." Interview by Bill Prouty Donate here to help the Water Protectors prepare for winter.Voices of Standing Rock による
 
Interview with Helen from Wounded Knee, South Dakota. "I still couldn't sit there and pray freely, until I had to get up, and pick up a gun, and fight for my rights. I fought in Wounded Knee." Music by Dustin Tessier. Interview by Bill Prouty Support the warriors (http://bit.ly/2eiFIzn).Voices of Standing Rock による
 
Interview with Audrey De La Rosa from Kayenta, Arizona. “As an academic scholar I’ve written my own papers on how social change begins on the reservation… and it’s happening.” Interview by Bill Prouty You can help Audrey deliver more camp supplies here (http://bit.ly/2flkC6H).Voices of Standing Rock による
 
Interview with Alvin C Jacobs Jr from Charlotte, North Carolina. "I'm a photojournalist. This is hard work. I mean, what the hell are we doing out here? Waking up angry. Going to sleep frustrated. Seeing people brutalized. Seeing racism flourish. Seeing people go through a living hell, just for simply existing." Music by Timbre Ghost. Interview by …
 
Interview with Tyger from Gaffney, South Carolina. "A few years ago, I lost my sight. I still see light, but it's extremely painful, so I know where the sun is but it washes everything out." Music by Dustin Tessier. Interview by Bill Prouty You can help prepare the camp for winter here (http://bit.ly/2eiFIzn).…
 
Interview with Darwyn from Omak, Washington. "My daughter started staring at me outside my window. She started pointing at me and saying daddy. And it broke me down. I looked at her, and blew her some kisses and told her I loved her, and she told me she loved me." Music by Timbre Ghost. Interview by Bill Prouty You can help prepare the camp for win…
 
Interview with David from Denver, CO. "The first interaction that Christopher Columbus had with any Indian on this hemisphere was with the Taíno Nation. Both sides of my family have Taíno blood in them. I say that I am a Boricua before I say that I'm a Puerto Rican." Music by Timbre Ghost. Interview by Bill Prouty You can help prepare the camp for …
 
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