Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio is Live!

Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio is Live
Tuesday morning, Aug. 30, 2016
Good morning, Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio is now live online, coming to you from camp.

Also live at Earthcycles livestream
http://original.livestream.com/earthcycles

On Tuesday, the camp was preparing for the arrival of the Totem Pole, and the Yakama delegation.

Guests today included Leonya Cowboy and her daughter of Red Nation, speaking on murders and tortures of Natives in Albuquerque.

Live now on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio! Ricardo Cate, Kewa (Santo Domingo Pueblo) artist and teacher, is sharing with the children how to make banners to express themselves. earthcycles: List of items for the school: Art paper, paint, water color paper, cloth, acrylic paint, brushes. NOW LIVE ON TWO LINKS:
http://70.36.233.184:8777/gov and http://original.livestream.com/earthcycles

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Tonia Jo Hall, "Auntie Beachress" of Mandan was the special guest on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio this morning.

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By Brenda Norrell
Photos by Michelle Cook, Dine'

CANNON BALL, North Dakota -- The grassroots live radio station, Standing Rock's Spirit Resistance Radio began broadcasting live on Monday morning, after a satellite was installed on Sunday. Thousands of Native Americans have gathered to protect the Missouri River from an underwater crude oil pipeline, Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens their water supply.
The radio station is now broadcasting live online at http://70.36.233.184:8777/gov. The station was already live in camp at 87.9 FM.

Before the satellite was installed, Govinda Dalton of Earthcycles, producer, was driving the audios out of camp. The audios were then posted on Censored News, due to the lack of Internet service in camp.
A delegation of Apache and Dine’ (Navajo) youths were among those interviewed on Spirit Resistance Radio. Naelyn Pike, Apache, described how Arizona Sen. John McCain sold out the Apaches by giving Resolution Copper their sacred place of Oak Flat in Arizona. McCain put the land exchange in the defense spending bill to avoid public detection and outrcry at the time.
Spirit Resistance Radio interviewed Lakota elders and youths, along with young entrepreneurs from Rosebud who are beekeepers selling their honey, and those whose lives are being transformed by being at the camp.
“It is no longer a camp, it is a village,” said Govinda Dalton, producer, who has been broadcasting Indigenous news and struggles as a volunteer for more than a decade on Earthcycles.
Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement, and attorneys have been interviewed on Spirit Resistance Radio.
The issues range from the Rights of Nature, with roots in Bolivia and Ecuador, to a series recorded around the campfire at night. This includes Lakota elders speaking on healing the trauma of boarding schools with ceremonies.


Bringing sacred water to Bismarck on Monday,
in peace and friendship. Photo Michele Cook.
Tlingit water and medicine songs are included in the radio programs, which began with an interview with Waniya Locke, Lakota mother and teacher. Michelle Cook, Dine’, on the legal team, describes her personal journey here.
Native American water defenders speak passionately on protecting the Missouri River for future generations.
Radio stations across the country are now requesting to rebroadcast the shows. The first was in Tampa, Florida.
Two Worlds Indigenous Radio, on WMNF community radio station in Tampa is broadcasting Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio. Mekasi Camp Horinek's interview, describing the first days of the blockade by Camp of the Sacred Stones, was the first.
Truckloads of hundreds of pounds of buffalo meat and and pallets of drinking water are now arriving at the camp, with trucks arriving from the Crow Nation, Cheyenne Arapaho Nation, and Cherokee Nation.
Photos by Michelle Cook, Dine': Radmilla Cook, Dine', cooks over an open fire in camp. Photo 2: Govinda Dalton, producer, with Tom Goldtooth, Indigenous Environmental Network, with new satellite installed on Sunday. The station is now live.

MOHAWK NATION NEWS: CRIMINAL CORPORATE OCCUPATION


CRIMINAL CORPORATE OCCUPATION


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MNN. AUG. 30, 2016. We onkwe’hon:weh, the natural people of great turtle island, are not part of the occupying CORPORATION. All Admiralty courts are artificial private Vatican courts for banks, corporations and are always about money. The corporation is a violent squatter that put their guns to us, killed us and stole everything. They started the same in Palestine in 1947. They try to put all of our issues into their own corporate matrix.white house indian
There is only one court that has jurisdiction over such an international matter, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, set up in 1899 in The Hague. It is a dispute resolution court. Every corporation has private shareholders, they can be held accountable for the crimes of their corporation in the Permanent Court of Arbitration. No trial about us or our land belongs in their corporate matrix. FB_IMG_1471552264063
This occupying corporation and their armies have to be put on trial in the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
The pipeline is on our land. They need our permission. Consultation with their corporate band and tribal entities are fraud. Canada and US have no right to arbitrate anything with regard to us and our land. We are not part of their corporation. B0_2210783226431832471_n
We have international partners, such as Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, China, India, iran and other ancient allies who sponsored us when we went to the League of Nations in 1923. They remember us.
As Bob Seeger sings about the people at Standing Rock: Like a rock, standin’ arrow straight. Like a rock, chargin, from the gate. Like a rock, carryin’ the weight. Like a rock.
WE KANIONKEHAKA STAND WITH OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS AT STANDING ROCK CAMP.energy east






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LET’S TELL THEM WHERE WE STANDEnergy East Pipeline Ltd. [EEPL] andEnergy East Pipeline Ltd. [EEPL]; 517 Tenth Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2R 0A8; National Energy Board, Marc-Andre Plouffe, Montreal Office, 505 De Maisonneuve Blvd., West, Suite 230, Montreal, Qu├ębec H3A 3C2; Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre, City Hall, 275 Notre Dame St. E., Montreal QC H2Y 1C8, 514-872-3101 Fax 514-872-4059; Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime minister, Parliament of Canada
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A9 [email]; Carolyn Bennett, Minister Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada,
10 Wellington, Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0H4 [email]; Governor General, Rideau Hall, 1 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A1 [email]; Queen Elizabeth, Buckingham Palace +44 303 123 7300; Band & Tribal Councils and sell-outs that are cooperating with pipeline companies; ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS OF HOUSTONhttp://energytransfer.com/contact_us.aspx
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Monday, August 29, 2016

Standing Rock Water Defenders at Pipeline Law Firm in Bismarck, N.D.






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Photos by Michelle Cook, Dine'
Monday, August 28, 2016
Photos by Michelle Cook
Article by Brenda Norrell
Censored News

BISMARK, North Dakota -- Native American water defenders reminded the law firm Fredrikson -- representing Dakota Access Pipeline in Bismarck, N.D., -- of the sacredness of water today.
Earlier today, Native Americans at the camp at Cannon Ball held a water ceremony, and then took sacred water to the law firm.
Outside the law firm, Michelle Cook said, "They locked the doors on us and refused to speak to us as to why they are representing a corporation that is violating human rights."
The law firm of Fredrikson and Byron states that it  is a 275-attorney law firm based in Minneapolis, with offices in Bismarck, Des Moines, Fargo, St. Paul, Monterrey, Mexico, and Shanghai, China.



Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio is Live!
In camp, at 87.9 FM and online at:




Censored News: 10 years and 6 million Views




We celebrate today the new satellite at Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio, as we prepare to hit 6 million views at Censored News

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Today, with the new satellite installed at Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio, and the crew preparing to go live online, we also prepare for another milestone at Censored News. Today we will hit 6 million views.
I began Censored News 10 years ago, as a response to being censored and terminated as a staff reporter for Indian Country Today.
Censored News was created to provide a platform for the traditional and grassroots voices being censored. It has been a labor of love with no ads, grants or revenues all these years.
Today is also a special day because I see the faces and words of the people who have been my friends, and fellow laborers for human rights, all these years, including Michelle Cook, Dine', and Govinda, at Spirit Resistance Radio; Ofelia Rivas, O'odham, Kahentinetha at Mohawk Nation News, and so many at the Standing Rock Camp, along with all of you at home doing the best you can to make this world a better place to live.
We have traveled to Bolivia, with the Zapatistas, and throughout the Americas, always struggling, always doing the best we can.
Thanks to all of you who have shared your truths, photos and more with Censored News all these years.
Best, Brenda Norrell, Censored News
www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com

Satellite Installed for Standing Rock Resistance Radio!

Photo Michelle Cook

NOW LIVE AT:



Also live at Earthcycles livestream
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Photo: Radio producer Govinda, with Tom Goldtooth, IEN.

CANNON BALL, North Dakota -- The satellite is installed for Spirit Resistance Radio and the broadcast will be going live and online from Standing Rock Camp. Spirit Resistance Radio was already live in camp at 87.9 FM on radios! 
Listen to the first 17 shows, recorded live in the mobile 87.9 FM van in Cannon Ball, North Dakota:
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2016/08/standing-rock-resistance-radio-listen.html

Radmilla Cody, Dine', Standing Rock Camp, Aug. 28, 2016
Photo copyright Michelle Cook

Oceti Sakowin Camp Nees, Aug. 28, 2016

Red Warrior Camp -- Monday Morning Camp Work Continues -- Water Protectors Prepare to Protect



August 29, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:  Cody Hall
Organization:  Red Warrior Camp
Voice Phone Number:  (605) 220-2531
Email Address:  RedWarriorCamp@gmail.com
Social Media:  Facebook.com/RedWarriorCamp , @ZuyaLutaOceti on Twitter

Cannon Ball River, 1851 Ft Laramie Treaty Territory…The weekend after the federal judge declared that he will wait up to two weeks to issue his ruling to temporarily halt construction of the Dakota Access  Pipeline, the Red Warrior Camp continues to grow and thrive.
The camp has established a recycling program; a food distribution program to support camp kitchens; nonviolent direct action training and culture based activities.
North Dakota Homeland Security Division's decision to abruptly remove their trailers and drinking water tanks have not affected the people in camp.
Much like our ancestors before us, we are resilient and will persevere.  These delays will not deter, but in fact will motivate, the people to focus on what they came here for…to protect the water.
More than 50 native nations and allies from around the world have converged here on the banks of the Cannon Ball River to be a voice for the sacred water and Mother Earth.  The population is expected to increase in the coming week with the influx of additional tribal nations arriving.
Red Warrior Camp Meeting at 9:30 a.m. Monday Morning
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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Standing Rock Resistance Radio: Listen: The First 17 Shows

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Live from Standing Rock Camp, Spirit Resistance Radio, 87.9 FM

Recorded live by producer Govinda of Earthcycles, in Standing Rock Camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, where thousands have gathered to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline, now threatening to poison the peoples water source, the Missouri River.

Censored News
Apache delegation photos by Jean Roach

Waniya Locke, Standing Rock teacher and mother, on the front lines. Standing Rock Resistance Radio launches.

Mekaski Camp Horinek, Ponca, describes the first days of the blockade at Sacred Stones Camp.


Oak Flat: Apache Naelyn Pike and Apache Navajo youth delegation on Standing Rock.


Warriors of the Heart: Two young Native women share their reason for being here:


Michelle Cook, Dine’, member of the legal team in camp, shares her personal journey here at Standing Rock camp.


Rosebud entrepreneurs: Two young Lakota men have been raising bees, and selling their honey for years, along with having traditional workshops.


J.R. American Horse, shares origins of Camp of Sacred Stones. "All around us here are sacred stones, prayer stones." The smooth round stones are created by swirling of waters where the Cannon Ball and Missouri Rivers came together. Nearby, Big Lake was where the people once gathered.
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2016/08/jr-american-horse-live-on-standing-rock.html

Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement, on Resistance Radio in camp.
Tara Houska, attorney for Honor the Earth, live on Resistance Radio.

Osprey Orielle Lake of WE CAN describes the roots of the Rights of Nature movement, Ecuador, Bolivia and now Congo.



Carol Raffensperger, on the legal team, tells how the U.S. changed the flow of the water here, which once created smooth, sacred stones.


Around the Camp Fire Series


Lakota elder speaks on healing with ceremonies and diet, and healing the trauma of boarding schools.
Tlingit water and medicine songs.
A Song for Grandma, and talks in camp.
A Song for Women, A Song for Water, and talks in camp.
Young Lakota women, now living in Flagstaff, Ariz., shares how her friends from college, Menominee in Wisconsin, helped her come home to defend the water.
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2016/08/listen-menoimee-story-by-lakota-youth.html

Radio stations -- Audio files in mp3 format in DropBox available to radio stations. Contact brendanorrell@gmail.com


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Thanks for reading Censored News for the past 10 years! I've depleted all my funds to keep Censored News going. Please donate to help provide Internet access for Censored News! Censored News has no advertising, grants or sponsors, and depends on reader donations! Thank you! Brenda Norrell, PMB 132, 405 E Wetmore Rd, Ste 117, Tucson, Ariz. 85705 brendanorrell@gmail.com