PLEASE READ: The Beginning is Near by Winona LaDuke
In our time of supporting Native environmental and social justice movements, we have witnessed unfathomable strength, patience and integrity. We have seen activists work steadfastly through changing administrations, presidential politics, news trends and cultural norms. They have often existed without a life net, without the support or mention of either political party, but they know their work is right and true, and so they continue the small battles and the big ones, all serving the same purpose, to preserve and honor life.
It has been brought to our attention that The Cherokee Creek Music Festival, a festival Indigo Girls have played twice, is owned and operated by Kelcy Warren, CEO of Energy Transfer Partners, the same company linked to the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Attention Alaskan fans! If you are going the Indigo Girls’ show at Salmonfest on Sunday you can now purchase a VIP ticket for a MEET & GREET with Amy and Emily after their set! These VIP tickets are limited to 30 total and the proceeds will go towards Fair Anchorage,[…]