Indigenous Environmental Network
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Stop that Pipeline!
Categories covered by Joye
About this Speaker
Joye Braun Wanbli Wiyan Ka’win or Eagle Feather Woman is a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, a frontline community organizer with Indigenous Environmental Network, she was one of the first campers at Sacred Stone Camp, moved to Oceti Sakowin Camp, and was at Blackhoop or Seven Generations Camp during the eviction of the camps that sprung up to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Braun has long fought the Keystone XL pipeline which resurrected its head at the same time DAPL was renewed and continues to threaten her homelands. She is also making stands to protect the Sacred Black Hills, her Ancestral sacred lands against Fracking, Uranium and Gold mining. Braun is a former editor with SiTanka Vision and Lakota Voice.
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