Protect Tribal Health and Safety
Lakota communities, historically threatened at every turn, today face new dangers from environmental racism and COVID-19. We lead and support efforts to keep Lakota communities safe and secure.
Take Action Now to Help Protect Indigenous Women and Girls
Help confront the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous relatives (MMIR) by telling your senators to vote for the Family Violence Prevention and Services Improvement Act and asking the Department of Justice to follow through with full and thorough implementation of Savanna’s Act.
More You Can Do
Making a Difference
Defending tribal COVID Checkpoints
emailed SD Gov. Kristi Noem to protect tribal COVID-19 checkpoints
Recovering from 2019’s bomb cyclones
secured for Oglala Nation flood relief
Protecting Native families during COVID-19
sent emails to the McLaughlin City Council to protect Native families amid the pandemic.
Dispute over South Dakota tribal checkpoints escalates after Gov. Kristi Noem seeks federal help
"Governor Noem's decision to escalate the tension right now over checkpoints doesn't make sense from a public health perspective," Chase Iron Eyes, a spokesman for Oglala Sioux President Julian Bear Runner and lead counsel for the Lakota People's Law Project, said.