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March 18, 2018

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First Voices Indigenous Radio

March 22

On this edition of First Voices Radio, Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse welcomes back guests Tonia Stands and Cheryl Angel to talk about the history of gold mining in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Cheryl Angel is a lifelong, devoted water protector. She was part of the Standing Rock Camp and also was vital in helping stop the Keystone XL Pipeline. Cheryl integrates deep prayer with direct action, moving from a deep space of non-violence and love as guided by her ancestors, Lakota traditions and ways of being.Tonia Stands is the Founder of No Uranium in Treaty Territory. She is a water protector, land defender and Witko Oglala Winyan. Tonia has stood in Camp Zero Tolerance in White Clay, Nebraska, to shut down alcohol sales to Pine Ridge Reservation. Tonia has also stood in opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline, Dakota Access Pipeline, zeolite mining on the Pine Ridge Reservation and any exploitation of the sacred Black Hills. Tonia also makes medicine symbols.