Truth does not owe homage to humans. Humans owe homage to Truth.
November 20, 2016, Métis journalist, Stephanie Cram publishes the following article for CBC News, highlighting some of the cultural differences she and her team reportedly saw between indigenous and non-indigenous residents of Oceti Sakowin. “To get the full experience of Standing Rock, we set up our tents for two nights, immersing ourselves in daily life at Oceti Sakowin.” Pardon me Ms. Cram but the “full experience” is not obtained in 2 nights. Ms. Cram, you have managed to take an incredible feat by organizers and made it look like a mess. “I do believe [some people] are here for like Woodstock, or a Burning Man-type thing,” said Josh Dini, who works as security for Oceti Sakowin.” Maybe so but when you make the possible intentions of the minority, central, it morphs out of control and turns into an excuse to dehumanize everyone in the camp. Your choice to interview LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard…
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