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Help Standing Rock with supplies

list of needed items
For more info & a complete list, see medichealingcouncil on FaceBook
These things are needed now:
- wool socks
- wool blankets
- hand warmers
- trauma kits (portable)
- suturing kits
- milk of magnesia (plain not flavored) for washing eyes hit with pepper spray or other contaminants
Ship to:
Standing Rock Medic & Healer Council
PO Box 1251
Bismark, North Dakota 58502

OR (if shipping via FedEx or UPS instead of the US Post Office):
Standing Rock Medic and Healer Council
220 E. Rosser Ave. 1251
Bismark, North Dakota 58502

Donations are also needed.

Water is Life 23.Nov.2016 11:12



Standing Rock Internet Links 25.Nov.2016 12:30

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Standing Rock Links -
GoFundMe:  https://t.co/lRHe75PTML
Medic fund:  https://t.co/qboGwonQjW
Legal defense fund:  https://fundrazr.com/d19fAf?ref=sh_25rPQa


Pipe is already in the ground and the company is preparing to drill a tunnel 92 feet below the bed of the Missouri River, over a mile in length, to install the Dakota Access pipeline. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has filed a lawsuit and a request for a Temporary Restraining Order against the company after an illegal federal permitting process... but the courts have not filed the paperwork yet, and are allowing construction to begin. This must be stopped.

The Sacred Stone Camp was established April 1, 2016 as a center of spiritual and cultural opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline, and is determined to stop construction through prayer and non­violent direct action until adequate tribal consultation and environmental review are conducted. The spirit camp is located in between the pipeline's proposed crossing of the Missouri River and the water intake valves for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, just over a mile downstream. The camp has an active facebook page and a crowdfunding page for general operating costs, but urgently needs separate legal defense funds to support the warriors resisting active construction.

Funds raised on this page will only be used for the legal support for those involved in direct action.
To save us money on processing fees, send donation via paypal to  freshetcollective@gmail.com

UPDATE: Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline 06.Dec.2016 02:20


Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline crossing

The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced today.