Apache Naelyn Pike
Video by Govinda, Earthcycles
Standing Rock Resistance Radio
Article by Brenda Norrell
CANNON BALL, North Dakota -- On Standing Rock Resistance Radio, live from camp, Naelyn Pike, Apache and protector of Oak Flat, describes how Arizona Sen. John McCain militarized their Apache sacred place of Oak Flat for Resolution Copper mining. Listen to this great program of interviews with this Native youth group.
Baasé Pike, Apache, 12, speaks on pipeline resistance at the camp, and Dine' Anthony Redhouse from Shiprock, N.M., 18, speaks on the sacred runs and protecting Mount Graham. Speaking on sacred water, he says, "Water is life."
Naelyn says the youths have to keep the fight going for the next generations. Recorded live by Govinda on the 87.9 FM mobile radio van in camp. 'No Dakota Access Pipeline,' Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
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