Over the last two days, Justseeds’ member Dylan Miner put together some graphics in solidarity with Standing Rock resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. You can read about Native support here at Indian Country Today and there are lots of other places online to access information about the resistance. I am sharing these images, so feel free to use these graphics and share them.
Minneapolis-based Anishinaabe designer and activist Ashley Fairbanks worked with Witt Siasoco to screenprint 100 posters on August 25. These posters are available to folks who donate at least $25 to the Sacred Stone Camp. You can find information on Ashley’s Facebook page. She writes that:
“I have exactly 100 posters to sell. They are screenprinted on 6 beautiful colors of French Paper. You can get one for a minimum donation of $25. Every single penny will go to Standing Rock (The use of the artwork was generously allowed by Dylan Miner, all the supplies and time were donated by Witt and I.)“
You can access a high-res version of the No Pipelines on Indigenous Land image – without chatter – here.
You can access a high-res version of the I Stand with Standing Rock image – with chatter – here.
Im an independent roleplaying game publisher and I would like to help. I publish digital RPGs and I plan to create a charity bundle of my and other publishers games with all proceeds going to the Legal defense fund.
my games can be found at the link below
May I use the image linked below on a charity bundle I’m putting together for the Standing Rock Legal defense fund?
the image in question
Jerry D. Grayson
Do a t-shirt —
My sister got this design screenprinted on a tshirt in Burlington, VT, during a fundraising event for #NoDAPL. I’d love to have one as well. Anyone know if this design is being used for shirts by anyone online, with the proceeds going to support Standing Rock?
Is it a reference to Norval Morriseau’s Drawing of the Sun Snake and Fire Worshippers from the 1960’s?