Humboldt Stands With Standing Rock

Nov. 19th: Humboldt Stands With Standing Rock

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Where: Mateel Community Center
When: Saturday, November 19th / 6pm
Cost: $20/$25 at Door/ under 12 free Dinner will be sold separately

Support the people who are on the front lines fighting for our rights for Clean water!

This benefit will raise funds and awareness supporting actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock ( NO DAPL ).

Humboldt Stands with Standing Rock will host speakers from the Hoopa, Yurok, and Karuk Tribes who have been on the front lines at Standing Rock and a live feed and dialogue from our local Standing Rock warrior Thomas Joseph of the Hoopa Tribe. Dinner will be provided by Sues Organics. A full bar and silent auction will offer opportunities for guests to show support.

featuring very special guest


and our local artists:










The Red Warrior Camp and Klamath Basin Camps are two of the most active and largest groups at Standing Rock. With your help we can help them stay on the front lines and support their legal needs. Currently the Klamath Basin Camp needs to rebuild after being dismantled by police at a blockade on treaty land near the Standing Rock Reservation on Oct. 26th Local indigenous activists are heading back to Standing Rock over the next month and need your support!

The historic effort being made at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation has major implications on so many levels. Our dependence on fossil fuels has pushed us to the brink of environmental collapse. The mantra water is life is a truth that cannot be denied. As Native Americans living in the United States we have not had it easy since settlers forged their way across this country. We have suffered losses yet we have hope for the future and now indigenous people along with our allies of all races and backgrounds are putting our lives on the line to fight for change. We are challenging the short sighted decisions that are jeopardizing life on earth, we are challenging the way our Native American Nations are treated politically and we are challenging corporate greed that prioritizes profits for few over a healthy future for all. Will you join us in whatever capacity you can as we continue to storm the battle grounds of this time with prayer, peace and the demand that the common future our children inherit is not a wasteland. Be a part of this historic moment, for the water, for the air we breathe, and for the seventh generation. – Dania Rose Colegrove – Hoopa, Yurok, Nature Rights Council and Got Water?


with gracious sponsor & support from Fraktal Productions, Burningleaf Productions, KMUD, Mateel Community Center, Garden of Beadin, Fatbol, SHC, Beginnings, Mountain Creek Farms, Humboldt Organnabliss, Bonnie Mullaney, David Katz, and more!

Let us know if you or your business want s to help with the upfront costs of this event!

$20/$25 at Door/ under 12 free Dinner will be sold separately.

Humboldt Stands With Standing Rock