Stand with Standing Rock


Victory!! Army Corps Denies Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline!!

Today, the Army Corps of Engineers announced that it would not grant the easement required for construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, effectively halting the project. The announcement comes a little more than a day before the Army Corps planned to evict the protectors.
This is a tremendous victory for the Standing Rock Sioux and all who have stood with them!
The fight is far from over, however. The Army Corps plans to do a full environmental review and look at alternative routes for the pipeline. Alternative routes just move the problem to someone else’s back yard. The only acceptable solution is to stop the pipeline altogether.
Our plans for demonstrations next Sunday have not changed, but they may take a more celebratory tone! See below for details!

Demonstrations Scheduled in Reading and the Lehigh Valley on 12/11!

Darree Sicher and Karen Feridun are co-organizing coordinated demonstrations in Reading and Bethlehem on 12/11 at noon. We’re still confirming locations, so check back for updates. Please share the Facebook event links with friends. You don’t need to be a FB user to see them. And please bring signs if you can. We’ll have a few on hand.

Reading #NoDAPL Demonstration:

Lehigh Valley #NoDAPL Demonstration:

More ways to help!

You can help the Standing Rock Protectors. Find out how!

Thanks to all of you who attended our Stand with Standing Rock fundraiser on 11/18 at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem and who sent in donations after the event! Thanks to your generosity, we have raised $2,000 to donate to the protectors at the Sacred Stone emcampment in North Dakota and some who could not attend have made additional direct donations.

All of the proceeds have been donated to the official Standing Rock Sioux Tribe DAPL Donation Fund.



Donations can be mailed to:

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Attention: Donations

PO Box D

Building #1

North Standing Rock Avenue

Fort Yates, ND 58538

Please make checks payable to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe – Donations

Donations can also be made via PayPal on their site,

Donations will be used for legal, sanitary, and emergency purposes!


Order items from’s Sacred Stone Camp wishlist.



Yes Magazine is maintaining a list of public officials you can call that includes everyone from Obama to the Morton County Sheriff.



Organize a protest or vigil in your community or take part in one of the large protests happening in major cities.

Water is Life March and Rally – 11/27 in D.C.

#NoDAPL Day of Action – 12/1 across U.S. 

Standing Rock and Beyond #NoDAPL – March on Washington – 12/10 in D.C.



Join the thousands who are standing with the Standing Rock Sioux.



Download a flier you can post in your communities.