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We Came to Fight A Black Snake

Quote by LaDonna Brave Bull Allard of the Standing Rock Sioux. She first made the call for Native people and their allies to come to the Sacred Stone Camp and stand up to the Dakota Access pipeline.


A drawing of a black snake which is cut up into a dozen or so pieces as it maintains it’s “S” shape. Text is written around and in-between the snake, stating: “We came to fight a black snake until it’s dead. We stand. That doesn’t mean put it five miles up the river, that means kill it dead. — LaDonna Brave Bull Allard” [hashtag]#NODAPL.

Art to End Fossil Fuels

Art to End Fossil Fuels

September 12, 2023

Justseeds friend David Solnit shared this project and video about a climate justice poster project that is timed with the September climate mobilizations and march planned for New York City…