We stand with Standing Rock

It’s a movement of prayer and peace. The United Church of Christ, honoring a sacred commitment to work for a just world for all, is listening to the citizens of America’s First Nations, joining the people of many tribes at the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation in North Dakota against the ‘black snake’ — an oil pipeline under construction across four states that threatens sacred Native lands and the water supply of millions of Americans.

The UCC seeks to amplify their voices, share their message, be their ally in their campaign for justice.

Donate online to support the Water Protectors of Standing Rock.

Categories: United Church of Christ News

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