Institute of American Indian Arts Student's arriving with donations after a 20 hour drive from Santa Fe, NM.
It was a cold morning, yet people were up around 5am working together and volunteering to help cook.
He said: "I packed everything into my little car and made my way here to help do my part in protecting the land."
Supporters from Canada standing in solidarity.
Even the small children have something to say about the importance of water and protecting the land.
I appreciate you Mark, thanks for using your voice and effort to help create a cleaner world for generations to come.
IAIA student's helping to teach the children art and painting.
He traveled from New York City to represent the Black community and to show support.
People from the Navajo Nation were participating in cooking.
There was such a strong juxtaposition between the past and the present. Our Indigenous DNA whispers to us, that this is how we were supposed to live. Yet we are living in the age of technology. Modern sports in an old setting.
On days when people aren't being put in jail for existing and protecting the land. Swimming in the river is always a good way to enjoy the day.
A very special thank you to the Menominee Tribal Enterprise, Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe, and National Indian Gaming Association for working together to supply the community with a huge donation of wood.
IAIA student captures images of the camp with her 4x5 camera.