Monthly Archives: November 2016


I’m headed to Standing Rock

The journey (almost) begins. I’ll head out to North Dakota at the end of this week. Those of you who know me will not be surprised to know I’m driving rather than flying. A LOT of equipment is evidently necessary if you’re going to be camping out in North Dakota for a couple of weeks. A LOT. I’m excited about this venture. I’ve been in touch with my own (Choctaw) Tribal Council and with the folks out at Standing Rock. I’m eager, of course, to see and experience the camps and the activity of the Water Protectors. But even more, I’m […]

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Water Is Life — Dreaming toward Standing Rock 1

Water is life. Several folks responded to a recent Facebook Post of mine, expressing a desire to support me in going to Standing Rock. So I’m taking a “leap of faith” and heading west. But I’m going to need your help. See the “How to Donate” at the bottom of this post! And also HERE. I hope to spend 2-3 weeks living in the Sacred Stone camp (near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation), among the people whose heritage I share, representing all of you who stand with them through me. As Stone Camp founder LaDonna Allard said, “We stand with prayer. When […]

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