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The Struggle to Stop Line 3

Hello Friends, It has been a long time since I have written a blog post, but I’m happy to report that I recently turned in a manuscript for a book that I have been working on all year, so here I am. I’ll tell you more about it when it… Read More »The Struggle to Stop Line 3

Standing Rock Trial Update: Court Solidarity Success

Progressive Christian Social Action Standing Rock Trial Update:  Court Solidarity Success One year ago today, I was arrested at Standing Rock Reservation with three local friends–Janie Kesselman, Shirley Osgood, and Christy Hanson–and over twenty-five other people at a Water Protectors’ action.  We were taken to several different North Dakota jails, then… Read More »Standing Rock Trial Update: Court Solidarity Success

Peaceful and Prayerful Resistance

In my last post, I wrote about how my friends and I were arrested at a peaceful and prayerful action, separated, and taken to different jails.  My next post will be about my experiences in jail, as people have requested.  Today, though, I’m writing about the importance of the struggle… Read More »Peaceful and Prayerful Resistance

A Day at Oceti Sakowin Camp

We started today (as every day) with a council that began and ended with prayer in the big geodesic dome. We affirmed our agreements, received updates on the pipeline, and heard offers and requests for help in the camp, especially with the winterizing efforts–a huge job.  It was emphasized that… Read More »A Day at Oceti Sakowin Camp