OWE AKU BRING BACK THE WAY & INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE PROJECT
Owe Aku works to bring back our way of life which includes humanity’s role in nature: we are a part of it, not outside of it, not having dominion over it. To achieve this Owe Aku works to stop toxic mining that contaminates our water and land.
Owe Aku has reestablished programs that utilize the wisdom of our ancestors in combating the effects of inter-generational trauma caused by colonization and the intentional attempts for hundreds of years to destroy our culture. …
In honor of World Water Day, we share this excerpt from Crying Earth Rise Up- a Lakota story of water featuring Debra White Plume.
Music by Matou. www.cryingearthriseup.com
STAND OUR SACRED GROUND
“We sought spiritual guidance and were told that the spirit of Unci Maka will awaken people to protect her. For us it has always been about protecting sacred water, whether it’s uranium mining or KXL.” Debra White Plume, Owe Aku, Moccasins on the Ground…
MOCCASINS ON THE GROUND
PROTECT SACREDWATER FROM TOXIC URANIUM MINING
Ama’s Freedom School is dedicated to our children by providing decolonized educational programs based on traditional Lakota teachings and law.
Crying Earth Rise Up!
The Video about our fight to stop uranium mining. Watch Trailer of Crying Earth Rise Up!
An initiative of Owe Aku and Prairie Dust Films, the Lakota Media Project began in 2003 to mentor Lakota youth and women on documentary film-making.
The Moccasins on the Ground, a grassroots resistance training, focuses on skills, tactics, and techniques of nonviolent direct action in three day training camps.