A rainy start to the March

Dear Friends, Over the past three days, we’ve marched from Des Moines to Ames — slogging through thirty-two miles of the wettest, stormiest September the Iowans on the March have ever witnessed. It’s been an intense experience. Yet our unity of purpose in this historic fight keeps us going. Beyond the weather, another challenge is that we still need to raise thousands of dollars to finance this March! Thank you to all who’ve donated. If you haven’t, please take a few minutes to help. Click here Continue reading →

Alton Onefeather

Donate to Alton here. Why I’m marching:  I stand to defend the land, water, and our murdered and missing Indigenous women. About me: I’m from Standing Rock, South Dakota. I stood with other water protectors against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock. I work to spread awareness to future generations. I live at the Wiconi Un Tipi grassroots camp where we have a garden that we harvest for ourselves as well as the community. Follow me on the March: Days Marching: September 1-8 Goal ($20 Continue reading →