WATER IS LIFE -- Free music to Stand with Standing Rock

Manataka American Indian Council

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FREE MUSIC

 

WATER IS LIFE
FREE MUSIC TO STAND WITH STANDING ROCK

NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD WINNERS & NOMINEES
GIVE THEIR GIFT OF SONG IN TWO FREE CDS

 

Nominees and Winners of the 16th Annual Native American Music Awards have donated their songs to two free compilation CDs entitled, Water is Life I and II in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to protect their land and water against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. 

The free CDs, Water is Life I and Water is Life II, feature over 37 songs in a variety of artist contributions from all tribal nations and music styles that can be downloaded online on the Native American Music Awards website at,   
http://www.nativeamericanmusicawards.com/free-music

 

Featured artists on the CDs include:








Water Is Life I
Track Lisitng 

 


The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has received an outpouring of support from other Tribes, First Nations, Organizations, Cities, and Businesses who have visited and sent them signed resolutions and letters of support of their efforts against the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access Pipeline.

 

Mainstream artist, Pharrell Williams, Divergent star Shailene Woodley, Actors Robert Redford,  Jason Momoa and  Leonardo DiCaprio have also expressed their support. 
 
Construction on The Dakota Access Pipeline is still underway. The planned $3.7 billon pipeline would transport approximately 470,000 barrels of crude oil per day, from the Bakken oil field in North Dakota to a refinery near Chicago. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe doesn’t want the Dakota Access Pipeline to go on their tribal lands or beneath the Missouri river, fearing it will endanger the reservation’s drinking water and ancient burial sites.
 
The Cannonball river flows into the mighty Missouri about 50 miles south of Bismarck, North Dakota. There, a series of camps, on both sides of the Cannonball have been established to help guide the non violent resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline. This gathering has become the site of a historic display of unity and solidarity as thousands continue to peacefully protest the construction of this oil pipeline to protect the water.  Many at the encampment speak of the prophecy;  of  the of the zuzeca  or  black snake –  would threaten all life. Many believe, the pipeline is that black snake.

To support the efforts and actions of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, you can make a donation at:http://standingrock.org/news/standing-rock-sioux-tribe--dakota-access-pipeline-donation-fund/

 

WATER IS LIFE
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Visit www.NAMALIVE.com to download all our Water Is Life Songs

 

To download the track "She Talks To Animals - Shelley Morningsong - Artist of the Year" for free, go to http://nativeamericanmusicawards.com/dl and enter the code oxy5-0z25

 


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