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Faith Spotted Eagle, a ...
www.fwweekly.com, 24 April 2014 [cached]
Faith Spotted Eagle, a member of the Ihanktonwan (pronounced Yankton) Dakota-Nakota Sioux, said that thousands of Native Americans see waterway pollution a major reason to oppose the Keystone.
"So many bands live directly over the Ogallala aquifer and will be devastated if the tar sands gets into that," she said.
Spotted Eagle also said the pipeline will pass through thousands of Native American burial sites and sacred places.
noted that the two treaties from the 1800s "called for [protection of] both the reservation and a larger circle of land around that in which we could do our hunting and other things.
The Ihanktonwan Representative ...
www.blackhillsknowledgenetwork.org, 13 Feb 2013 [cached]
The Ihanktonwan Representative Faith Spotted Eagle and the group Protect the Sacred has a video link explaining this historical event and treaty here.
Faith Spotted Eagle
and Armando Iron Elk, Sr., traveled as representatives of the Ihanktonwan Delegation, to defend the Sacred Water and stop the pipeline from encroaching on our treaty lands as is our sovereign right.
Faith Spotted Eagle
stated that there were over 8,000 acres of un-surveyed lands which contain sacred places and endangered plants and animals that had not been evaluated as of yet. (If you would like to watch video of the event you can see it here via " net:
Faith Spotted Eagle, ...
www.ienearth.org, 23 Sept 2015 [cached]
Faith Spotted Eagle, firstname.lastname@example.org, 605-481-0416
Waniyetuopi Bud Lone Eagle, Sr., email@example.com
Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktonwan Treaty Council spokesperson: "Hillary's switched opinion on KXL is a plus for our climate change efforts, however, given her previous support of this pipeline, our celebratory reaction as Oceti Sakowin people remains guarded.
We will not relent in protecting ...
nativenewsonline.net, $reference.date [cached]
We will not relent in protecting our human rights," commented Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktonwan Treaty Council Representative.
ICT [2002/06/18] Judge supports Yankton Sioux
www.indiancountry.com, 18 June 2002 [cached]
Faith Spotted Eagle, director of the Braveheart Society, said she was offended by Guhin's accusatory comments.