Standing Rock and the Sacred Stone Camp

Here are some ways to Contribute to Standing Rock Sioux Nation or the Sacred Stone Camp.  Colder weather is setting in and the protectors are settling in as well.  The camp will be in need of winter supplies.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe - Dakota Access Pipeline Donation Fund

Defense Fund for Sacred Stone Spirit Camp

General Fund for Sacred Stone Spirit Camp


Funds for the Red Warrior Camp

Mní Wičhóni Nakíčižiŋ Owáyawn(Defenders of the Water School)


To keep abreast on the how the Nation and Camp are faring, check these sites:

Standing Rock Sioux Nation website

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Facebook Page

Sacred Stone Camp website

Sacred Stone Camp Facebook


Support UU Actions:

UU Presence at Sacred Stone Camp Facebook page

UU Minister's Letter to Standing Rock Sioux Nation:  Encourage your minister to contact Deb Cruz ( and sign the letter.

Congregational Expressions of Support: Encourage your congregation, as a body, to send statements of support to Standing Rock Sioux Nation.

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An urgent call for solidarity at Standing Rock from UUF&C of Bismark-Mandan Last Updated on 2017-02-24 00:39:33   Standing Rock Camp Evacuation   An urgent call for solidarity at Standing Rock for today, Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 2:00 PM has been sent out from the UU Fellowship and Church of Bismarck-Mandan in conjunction with their work at Standing Rock. Please follow along with the UU Fellowship and Church of Bismarck-Mandan on Facebook for their latest updates and how to support their ongoing ministry, including through the current Ministry-in-Residence Program. Lakota People's Law Project is also posting updates and videos from the camp on their website as well as on their Facebook page. Lokota People's Law representatives are our eyes on the ground as the Water Protectors are... More »
UU Jacob Johns is new Backbone Community Supported Organizer Last Updated on 2017-01-31 14:12:25 Like many, on the day after the November election, I felt overwhelmed with fear and shock, and it was hard to get much work done. That morning, however, Backbone received a phone call from an organizer from Spokane, Jacob Johns, who wanted to head across the water to our office to talk about applying to be a Community Supported Organizer. Meeting Jacob that day transformed the despair I had been feeling into a mandate of action - it was an inspiring meeting. He talked about the vast number of projects he was working on- from organizing a PDA to build a community center for First Nations People in Spokane, Washington to working on I-873 for police accountability and on gun safety measures to prevent suicide. To him, November 9th was just another day for organizing and building a movement for racial and social justice. Jacob speaks with integrity and heart - and soon after meeting him,... More »
Actions in support of #NoDAPL from Earth Ministry Last Updated on 2017-01-30 18:27:50 Beloved Community, Tens of thousands of us have stood behind the Great Sioux Nation against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). President Obama rightfully declared that a full Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is required to test the safety of a pipeline that would cross a river providing water to 28 million people. Now, a president with no mandate has signed executive actions to advance approval of the Dakota Access Pipelines, meaning that tribal leaders will not be consulted on issues that affect them directly. As people of faith and citizens in a democracy, it is our responsibility to speak out against this action for what it is: sinful. It is sinful and illegal to once again disregard the sovereignty and... More »
Stories from Standing Rock: Faith & Action -- Date Changed from Jan. 8 to Jan. 29, 12 p.m., Shoreline UUC Last Updated on 2017-01-20 11:03:30   The Shoreline UUC Social Action Ministry (SAM) is offering a special presentation in SUUC's Chrysalis meeting room after Sunday worship on January 29.  The speaker will be Justin Almeida, the Education Program Coordinator at University Unitarian Church, who is a UU seminarian studying chaplaincy at Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry. He was in Standing Rock, ND from November 2nd to 5th in response to the call for clerical witness and solidarity. He will talk about his experiences at the camp, share stories from the people he met, and discuss what he learned about the next steps for spiritual resistance to threats to our environment and the treaty rights of First Nations. More »