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Black Snake Pipeline No KXL Free Victory Celebration Package!

35.00

Receive a Last Breath of the Black Snake Poster and a 1-lb bag of Pipeline Free Manoomin.

Hand Harvested and Wood Parched - Our manoomin is hand harvested by the Anishinaabeg from the 1835, 1855, and 1867 Treaty areas and beyond. We are proud to bring you this natural gift from the Earth. White Earth Nation's wild rice is certified USDA MCIA 100% Organic. 

Raw wild rice | 1lb bags

This image by Michael Horse was requested by Winona LaDuke from Honor the Earth for the Cowboys & Indians Alliance demonstration at the White House in 2014.  It depicts cowboys and Native Americans fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline at the White House.  Also depicted on the top right side of the image is the Washington Monument.  

The print is 18" x 24" and is mailed in a tube unless otherwise directed.

Artwork by: Michael Horse

 

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This holiday season, as you gather your own loved ones near, take the opportunity to celebrate the legacy of some of the defenders of biodiversity who have endured for centuries in North America by tasting one of the sacred foods they protect. The Anishnaabeg Akiing people’s of the Great Lakes region have withstood numerous attacks on their livelihoods, the most recent at the hands of crude oil company, Enbridge. 

“Manoomin in many ways defines Anishinaabeg people- it also defines a territory, the heart of North America- source of a fifth of the world's water, and the only place in the world where wild rice and Ojibwe people live. We have prayed, sang, danced, and fought for this land and this wild rice. Today, we face some of the largest oil and mining companies in the world, and we continue to protect that which is sacred.   This gift we offer to you, and ask you to join us in celebrating the only grain indigenous to North America, a gift from the Creator. And, we ask you to join us in transitioning to an economy and way of life which is based on reverence for the earth and future generations.” Winona LaDuke, Executive Director of Honor the Earth.

Our manoomin is hand harvested by the Anishinaabeg from the 1835, 1855 and 1867 Treaty areas and beyond. We are proud to bring you this natural gift from the Earth. Miigwech (Thank You).

The Ojibwe people, Honor The Earth, and surrounding communities are fighting four large oil pipelines which threaten the heart of the largest wild rice watersheds in the world. The fracked oil and tars sands pipelines also threaten the Great Lakes, a 5th of the world’s fresh water.  Our manoomin, “the food that grows on the water,” is sacred to us.

Love Water Not Oil. Join us to protect and defend our sacred water, our wild rice, and our future generations.