2017-09-22 19:44:12

Standing Rock Healing: An Inside Look

Water Protectors return to unceded Standing Rock Sioux territory September 18 - 24 for a healing gathering one year after they coalesced to fight the $3.8 billion dollar, 1200 mile long Dakota Access Pipeline.

Kanien'kehaka (Mohawk) filmmaker and journalist Kahsto'sera'a Paulette Moore interviews Indigenous journalists, activists, healers, lawyers and their allies via FSTV Facebook Live about how the Standing Rock water protection actions on the Missouri River impacted their lives and rippled out to their home communities. We'll explore why and how Indigenous people are at the forefront of worldwide environmental envisioning and protection - and policing agencies' overwhelmingly violent response to Native worldview and practice.

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