First of all respect and deep gratitude for the Lakota people standing up for your lands. These lands are precious and need to be protected. My people are a community of orphans. Most of us don't know our history or our own spiritual lineage, and have never been on the land of our ancestors. We are hungry to connect with the creator like everyone else and we are on the land that these lessons came from. Isn't it natural that we would feel called to burn sage and sing songs about the hawks? [excerpt, Lillian Moore]In nanny state hypocrisy the law enforcement industry is stirring the pot of public opinion while turning blind eyes to the Sturgis Rally bacchanal and to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a known criminal enterprise living in the Black Hills.
Monday, June 29, 2015
Rainbow Family Responds to Cante Tinza
This beautiful letter appears at Indian Country Today in response to some Lakota warrior society resistance to a Rainbow Family Gathering in the occupied Black Hills: