NEW! "Water is Sacred" Men's Muscle Tank or Tank Top Christi Belcourt
Water is Sacred on a stunning antique gold women’s v sleeveless shirt by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective. From the wild rice lakes of Minnesota to the Klamath River Basin in Southern Oregon and Northern California, Flint Michigan, the Great Lakes, Canadian tar sands, communities across the globe are seeing increased pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure development impacting clean water, native land and the climate. Take a stand for the land, and be a water protector.
Changing course away from the dominant, cannibalistic system–choosing the green path–takes courage. “The times mandate that we have courage,” LaDuke added. “The times do not mandate that we sit and debate things endlessly in our islands of political correctness. The times require that we take action and do the right thing.”
LaDuke cited the example of the rising resistance to fossil fuel infrastructure. She participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, where pipeline opponents invoked the term “water protector” to describe their position. “I’m very honored to be a water protector,” said Winona LaDuke.
Garment: Antique black prewashed Heavyweight Ringspun Tank Top 6.1 oz., 100% ringspun cotton or Sleeveless Muscle tank shirt 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly.
COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!
Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..