Now that you've taken action, stay connected!
For updates on the situation on the ground at Standing Rock, check in with Sacred Stone Camp, Oceti Sakowin Camp, and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. You can also follow the No Dakota Access Pipeline Global Solidarity Campaign on Facebook for action updates.
Tribal leaders are calling for financial support to aid water protectors who have been arrested. If you're able, consider contributing to the Sacred Stone Legal Defense Fund or the Lakota People's Law Project.
This site was created by the Minnesota chapter of Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ), a grassroots organization mobilizing White people for racial justice. To connect with SURJ MN, follow our Facebook page or send us an email at showingupforracialjusticemn [at] gmail [dot] com. We typically hold general meetings once a month, where you can learn about what we do and how you can support the fight for racial equality.
To find out more about SURJ, visit the national organization website.
Twin Cities area upcoming events:
- February 12 - U.S. Bank Valentine's Day Action
Minneapolis is home to U.S. Bank and to CEO Richard Davis, who recently remarked that the Trump administration is "good for business." Let's show Davis and U.S. Bank that DAPL is a bankrupt idea. Create and send a virtual Valentine asking Davis to break up with DAPL and #LoveWaterNotOil, and attend the demonstration at his home on Feb 12.
- February 14 - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's Day
February 14 is an annual day of remembrance and resistance honoring indigenous women. Connect with the Twin Cities march on their Facebook page.
- February 19 - SURJ MN General Meeting
Join SURJ MN members at First Universalist Church of Minneapolis for our monthly meeting, where you can find out about current working projects, including ongoing NoDAPL efforts. RSVP and find out more about the agenda on Facebook.