Donate to Support Water Protectors & Pipeline Fighters in N. Dakota and Iowa


Support the Pipeline Fighters


Right now, Pipeline Fighters and Water Protectors are on farms across farms Iowa, and at the Sacred Stone Camp, set up by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to protect sacred land and water from the Dakota Access “Bakken” Pipeline at the point where it would cross the Missouri River near Cannon Ball, N.D. — less than a mile from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Reservation.

The Missouri River — which provides drinking water for more than 18 million people — is sacred to many Lakota and other tribes, who believe “Mni Wiconi” (“Water Is Life”). Bold has a staff member on the ground at the Standing Rock camps (Bold Oklahoma coordinator Mekasi Camp Horinek) who is helping to coordinate actions.

Bold Nebraska is collecting donations to help support direct needs and creative actions for the Pipeline Fighters at the Spirit Camps, as well as to help defray legal costs for those participating in nonviolent direct actions in Iowa and help support farmers in their fight to end eminent domain abuse by Dakota Access. 

Please donate whatever you can to support the Water Protectors and Pipeline Fighters


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