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Faith Spotted Eagle

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Background Information

Employment History

Chair

Ihanktonwan Treaty Council

Director

Braveheart Society

Consultant

Standing Stone Mazopeh

Affiliations

Ihanktonwan Treaty Secretary
60S-481-0416

Chairwoman of the Treaty Council
Yankton Sioux/Ihanktonwan Oyate Reservation

Education

Masters

Counseling

Web References (71 Total References)


"We are free at this space ...

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"We are free at this space in time," Faith Spotted Eagle told me. A member of the Ihanktonwan Nation, she had organized Native people for the Keystone XL pipeline fight, including work on a new treaty to protect the environment between several Native nations. She sees what's happening in North Dakota as a process of figuring out what kind of a society people want to live in.


Tribal, Grassroots, & Treaty Leaders Respond to President Obama Rejecting Keystone XL Pipeline | Indigenous Environmental Network

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Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihantonwan Treaty Council, (605)-481-0416

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Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktowan Treaty Council Spokesperson, "This is what unity, hard work and breaking down barriers looks like....all for protecting sacred water and land for the generations.


Faith Spotted Eagle, ...

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Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktowan Treaty Council Spokesperson:

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Faith Spotted Eagle was a warrior in her fight against the pipeline
Faith Spotted Eagle was a warrior in her fight against the pipeline


We will not relent in protecting ...

nativenewsonline.net [cached]

We will not relent in protecting our human rights," commented Faith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktonwan Treaty Council Representative.


Faith Spotted Eagle, a ...

ww4report.com [cached]

Faith Spotted Eagle, a member of the Ihanktonwan (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. She noted that the two treaties with the Sioux people-the Fort Laramie treaties of 1851 and 1868-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.

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