Bold Oklahoma coordinator and Ponca Nation member Mekasi Camp Horinek has been on the ground at the Standing Rock camps in North Dakota, set up to protect sacred water and lands from the Dakota Access pipeline.
Long night many casualties rubber bullets tear gas and water cannons water mixed with mace but the water protectors are still here we shall prevail! !!
Bold Oklahoma joined #NoPlainsPipeline and the American Indian Movement (AIM) for a press conference at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Monday, to announce the formation of a coalition working to stop Plains All American’s Diamond Pipeline project — which threatens our water as well as Native American cultural sacred sites and burial grounds along the historic Trail […]
While many of us are looking forward to putting 2016 behind us, we here at Bold are reflecting on what was an amazing year of growth for us — and gearing up for big battles to come in 2017. In 2016, the Bold Alliance launched nationwide, expanding on Bold Nebraska’s successful organizing model of unlikely […]
In response to the Obama Administration’s announcement that the Army Corps of Engineers has denied the final easement permit application needed to complete construction of the Dakota Access pipeline under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, and ordered a review of the route and Environmental Impact Statement, Bold Oklahoma’s Mekasi Camp Horinek issued the following statement: […]