Standing Rock Movie Night: Dakota 38

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Standing Rock Movie Night: Dakota 38
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Trilogy Sanctuary says
Indigenous people are standing up bravely and peacefully right now in North Dakota to protect the land and honor that "water is life." They are stopping the Dakota Access Pipeline from poisoning the land and climate.

150 years ago, something happened that helps explain why this time is crucial and why indigenous people are willing to put their lives on the line against a military police force to protect sacred land and water. In the film Dakota 38, riders make their way to Mankato, Minnesota to honor and remember the 38 men who lost their lives on December 26, 1862 in the largest mass execution ever seen in the United States, you may be wondering how you can honor them from wherever you are.

Come join us to honor and support the peaceful gathering of indigenous nations in North Dakota for a screening of Dakota 38.

View the trailer here:

Suggested donation ($5-60) Give at the door for check- in.


This event is part of a series of efforts at Trilogy Sanctuary to raise funds for sending supplies and volunteers to North Dakota to support the tribes
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By: Trilogy Sanctuary

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