The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and their allies have been locked in a legal and on-the-ground battle to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from being constructed through sacred, historical cultural sites without consultation. The DAPL also puts the Tribe’s only water source in jeopardy. The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a 1,168-mile long crude oil pipeline that will transport nearly 570,000 barrels of oil each day from North Dakota to Illinois. The Army Corps of Engineers has allowed several sections of construction to take place without fully satisfying the National Historic Preservation Act, numerous environmental statutes, and its trust responsibility to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
The Standing Rock Sioux and their allies are standing against these injustices, trying to prevent another chapter in the long history that has been written of the federal government failing to meet its obligations to tribes.
Please join Law at the Margins as we stand in solidarity with Standing Rock by supporting the following fundraisers and campaigns. We will continue to update on efforts to support the movement through our Facebook page.
The Standing Rock Sioux: PayPal Fundraiser:
The Sacred Stone Legal Defense Fundraiser:
The Sacred Stone FB page:
Red Warrior Camp Legal Defense Fundraiser
Red Warrior Camp – Fundraiser for Winterizing
Honor the Earth Merchandise Store, proceeds to the initiatives to protect sacred lands:
Honor the Earth Ride For Sacred Water Fundraiser:
Indigenous Environmental Network Website:
Indigenous Environmental Network PayPal Donation Site:
These links have been gathered in consultation with Law at the Margins’ panelists and past contributors, including: Tara Houska , Dallas Goldtooth, Pennie Opal Plant, Kanahus Manuel.
To view the Law at the Margins webinars featuring these panelists, please see:
If you are engaged in support work for #NoDAPL #StandingRock or you have ideas on how we can provide movement support to Native American Organizing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to Law@theMargins Editorial Law Interns Dayna Jones and Val Merlina for putting this list together.