How a fight against the ‘black snake’ at Standing Rock formed a global community – LA Times

One snowy afternoon in April, a small group of Native Americans rode on horseback through the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and set up camp on a windy hillside overlooking the Cannonball River. They erected tepees, foraged for firewood and prayed for allies to help their people fight “the black snake.”

Source: How a fight against the ‘black snake’ at Standing Rock formed a global community – LA Times

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