Support the Independent Lakota Nation Human Rights Office

On August 29th, the Independent Lakota Nation announced the formation of a new International Indigenous Human Rights Office (IIHRO) to address Indigenous human rights issues within Lakota and surrounding Indigenous territory. The first project of the IIHRO is to investigate murdered and missing Indigenous peoples within the U.S. states of South Dakota, Nebraska, and Montana …

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Help Lakota Solidarity Break Through the Censorship!

Dear Friends of Lakota Solidarity Project & Lakota Independence: Over the last six weeks, we have seen our project reach on social media and the internet shrink to almost nothing. Clearly, the movement for real Lakota independence and Indigenous decolonization is scaring some people in the Trump Administration and we are seeing the results of …

Independent Plates, Fall Food Drive, and Community Garden, LSP Week Six Update

Independent Plates, Fall Food Drive, and Community Garden Lakota Solidarity Project Week Six Update Lakota Solidarity Project has been on the ground in Lakota Territory for about six weeks. We are grateful for all that we have accomplished with your  support. Thank you!  In conjunction with our brothers and sisters in the Strong Heart Warrior …

USFS Meeting, Covenant of Free Access, Asserting Jurisdiction – Week 2

We are wrapping up week two.   On Friday, LSP and Strong Heart met with the U.S. Forest Service regarding free access for Lakota, Indigenous people, and their customary relatives in the Black Hills.  Too often, Lakota people face harassment and are asked to pay for accessing their own land. This must stop now. Our meeting …

On the Ground Running…

We are on the ground running here in Lakota Territory. Already we have participated in asserting Lakota jurisdiction in the Black Hills and assisted in reporting OST abuse of grassroots elders and people through the OST Courts and Public Safety offices. But we have little gas or resources, so if you want to keep this …

We Made it!

LSP coordinators Ana and Ezeder are finally back in Lakota Territory!  Thanks to everyone who made our trip back possible. We literally could not have done it without you! Now that we are back in Lakota, we need to sustain ourselves with food, gas, and basic supplies as we work with our Lakota family and …

Media Release: Beyond Standing Rock –Asheville Organization Holds Events for Lakota Independence in Response to Human Rights Crisis

MEDIA RELEASE & ADVISORY [download as pdf] For Immediate Release: May 30, 2016 Beyond Standing Rock –Asheville Organization Holds Events for Lakota Independence in Response to Human Rights Crisis WHAT: The Lakota Solidarity Project (LSP) is holding two events on May 30 and 31st to bring attention to the human rights crisis on Pine Ridge …