Fort Yates, Standing Rock Indian Reservation: Native Children’s Survival founder Robby Romero and honorary board member Dennis Banks join Taboo (Black Eyed Peas) and a host of Indigenous Artist at Mní Wićõni Concert.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe will host the Mní Wičóni Benefit Concert from Friday, November 25, through Saturday, November 26, 2016 at the Prairie Knights Casino in Ft. Yates, North Dakota. The concert will feature dozens of internationally recognized entertainers, actors, leaders, youth and will be broadcasted through Powwows.com to the wider world. The broadcast will feature a text to donate campaign to assist the tribe in raising legal funds against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
STAND WITH STANDING ROCK Trailer is a preview from the upcoming film produced by Academy Award Winner Patricia Arquette and Directed by American Indian Film Festival Winner Robby Romero. Scheduled for released in the summer of 2017, the film documents the Historical Spiritual Resistance to the illegal Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and the unlawful response from the North Dakota Sheriff’s Office and DAPL’s private army against unarmed women, children and men.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: EARTH REVOLUTION (written and performed by Ta’Kaiya Blaney and directed by Robby Romero) won best music video at the 41st Annual American Indian Film Festival. The Award Show was held Friday night November 11, 2016 at the Fillmore Heritage Center in San Francisco, California.
During a live performance by Ta’Kaiya Blaney and Robby Romero, Robby addressed the crowd with a passionate call to action to Stand in Solidarity with Stand Rock. Since April 2016 over 300 Native Nations, friends and allies from around the world have come together at Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock in what has become an historic Spiritual Resistance to the “Black Snake” Dakota Access Pipe Line. Ta’Kaiya and Robby closed their performance with what Robby called the Oceti Sakowin Camp Song BORN ON THE REZ
Support our peaceful and spiritual resistance to protect and defend Sacred Waterways, Cultural Sites, Burial Grounds, and endangered Wildlife Habitat from the "Black Snake" Dakota Access Pipeline being built by Energy Transfer Partners and Enbridge.