Resilience and Resistance at Standing Rock: Part 3 – Interview with Lee Sprague

Grand Rapids Institute for Information Democracy

We interview Anishinaabe Lee Sprague today about where he thinks things are at in regards to the Indigenous resistance to the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline. One thing he said, which is extremely important, is that they are using low-cost tactics that are having a high-cost impact on the pipeline company.

Lee has an address where he can accept parcels and mail. See below for list of items they desperately need!

Wes Howard
C/O Lee Sprague
110 S. River Rd.
Fort Yates, ND 58538-9998
PO Box 485

We can accept deliveries to Pueblo Camp. It located on NW End of Oceti Sakowin camp. Ask for Lee Sprague or Brad Kallio at Pueblo Camp. We are in the solar powered Tipi, with a smoke stack.

What we need in Standing Rock, in support of our Michigan Canoe Team at Standing Rock.

12 Orànge Coast Guard life jackets
4 life guards throw rings

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