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Wopila Gathering

A Virtual Celebration to Honor, Inspire, and Activate

Following the opening prayer, we hosted a series of panels featuring Indigenous People from communities across Turtle Island!

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A Legacy of Justice

Since 2005, the Lakota People’s Law Project has partnered with Native communities to protect sacred lands, safeguard human rights, promote sustainability, reunite Indigenous families, and protect tribal health.

We work in Lakota communities to counteract treaty violations, protect sovereignty, and confront systemic racism. We're helping to defend sacred lands and water, end the removal of children from their families and traditions, uphold human rights, promote sustainability, and amplify Native voices.

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In our Lakota Law Action Center, you can get involved and make a real and lasting impact! Check out our campaigns and take action to end pipelines, protect tribal health and safety, safeguard Native children, and so much more. Tell lawmakers to respect treaties and return stolen lands and sacred sites to our continent’s original peoples. We invite you to build unity among frontline communities and become part of the larger movement for equity.

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The Lakota People’s Law Project is dedicated to reversing the slow genocide of the Lakota People and destruction of Native culture.

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