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Faith Spotted Eagle

Spokesperson

Ihanktonwan Treaty Council

Direct Phone: (605) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

Standing Stone Mazopeh


Affiliations

Braveheart Women's Society

Founder


Yankton Sioux/Ihanktonwan Oyate Reservation

Chairwoman of the Treaty Council


The U.S.

Key Member


60S-481-0416

Ihanktonwan Treaty Secretary


Education

Masters

Counseling


Web References(58 Total References)


Moccasins on the Ground: It's About Survival. | Peaceful Uprising

www.peacefuluprising.org [cached]

Faith Spotted Eagle, secretary of the Ihanktonwan Oyate Treaty Steering Committee, which organized the signing, spoke at Moccasins on the Ground.
"The most colonized behavior is working in isolation," she said, asserting that indigenous peoples and allies throughout the region must stand together for the sake of the water and land they depend on.


Native Leaders Respond Skeptically to Clinton's Keystone Opposition | Nature-News-Network

www.nature-news-network.org [cached]

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.
Faith Spotted Eagle, eagletrax@hotmail.com, 605-481-0416 Waniyetuopi Bud Lone Eagle, Sr., bethcbest@gmail.com


central-illinoisandbeyond.blogspot.com

In Washington State, four defected, two to former Secretary of State Colin Powell and two voting for Faith Spotted Eagle according to The Seattle Times.
Faith Spotted Eagle is an elder and spiritual leader of the Ihanktonwan Dakota Oyante in South Dakota, who has been the Dakota Access Pipeline.


www.occupy.com

"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

www.ienearth.org [cached]

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


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