“Anpetu Waste” Waniya Locke speaks on the daily activities of Sacred Stone Camp and invites newcomers to come to camp. She reminds incoming Water Protectors of the rules of camp – “we are unarmed, no alchohol or drugs, and we remain in prayer…there is no one person in charge, it is a consensus decision.”
–Waniya Locke (video length 1:48):
Waniya shows the daily life of Sacred Stone Camp. Reminds again that the Water Protectors are unarmed, remain in prayer, and to be mindful of social media posts. She expresses her love of the unity and solidarity, and the power she witnesses here. “Remember we came to protect the Missouri River, and we made a conscious decision to do so!”
“Scatters Their Own” Waniya talks with a musical artist who has come to perform for the Water Protectors of Sacred Stone Camp and announce an open mic night. “This is the beginning of the introduction to decolonizing our people at a massive level.”
–Waniya Locke (video length 1:41):
Waniya calls for viewers to stay in prayer for the Missouri River & the Water Protectors in Sacred Stone Camp from 7 am-9 pm.
–Waniya Locke (video length 1:30):
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