Pe' Sla: Help Save Lakota Sioux Sacred Land!

Help Lakota people buy back part of their sacred lands before it is sold and opened up for development.
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$388,612USD
raised of $1,000,000 goal
39%
0 time left
This campaign started on Aug 09 and closed on September 08, 2012 (11:59pm PT).
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Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on September 8, 2012
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  • $5USD
    Kola

    Kola = friend; you will have friends for life in the Great Sioux Nation!

    1174 claimed

  • $10USD
    Cante Waste

    Cante Waste -you have a "good heart" - you are helping us to fight for what is right - to right a wrong to Ina Maka - Mother Earth!

    1428 claimed

  • $20USD
    Pilamaye from Oceti Sakowin!

    The Great Sioux Nation! You are ensuring the future generations - wakanyeja our children - have a place to pray.

    2177 claimed

  • $80USD
    Come to the Circle!

    HOCOKA! Come to the Circle! You are joining the circle of people fighting for sacred Pe' Sla! The place where sweet grass grows, prayer ties are blowing in the wind.. Keep it for our children!

    Estimated delivery: August 2012

    208 claimed

  • $100USD
    The People have Spoken

    The People are speaking, you are speaking, in the name of justice. It is right to protect what is sacred.

    756 claimed

  • $500USD
    Future Generations

    You are protecting what belongs to the future. What would our ancestors say, what would our grandchildren say if we did nothing? Protect Pe' Sla!

    43 claimed

  • SOLD OUT

    $2,000USD
    Huey Nat Geo Photo Print

    In the Spirit of Crazy Horse- Limited Edition (1out of limited 10) signed photo print, 16x20; image appears on cover of National Geographic August 2012, Photograph by and donated by Aaron Huey. Pilamaye Aaron! (see photo gallery)

    Estimated delivery: September 2012

    1 out of 1 claimed

  • $15,000USD
    Quilled Cradleboard

    Custom embroidered cloth cradle board with a fully quilled head rim. 8-9 bands. 20-" long. Pine wood backing. Buyer's color preferences taken into account. Traditional form of art! Quality, ONE OF A KIND! Made and donated by Dallas Goldtooth and family, Bdewakantonwan Dakota, Cansayapi. (see photo gallery)

    Estimated delivery: October 2012

    0 out of 1 claimed

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