~ ~ 240 Williamson Hall
Film Screening and Discussion of
Crying Earth Rise Up
A documentary about the fight to protect sacred water.
Crying Earth Rise Up is an intimate portrait of the human cost of uranium mining of the High Plans/Ogllala Aquifer and its impact on sacred water. It tells a timely story of protecting land, water and a way of life.
The American Indian Student Cultural Center is accepting donations for the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest at the film screening. These donations can include: non perishable food items, coats, gloves, warm clothes, tarps, etc.
Co-sponsored by: the Departments of Geography, Environment & Society, American Indian Studies, Anthropology, COIN, the American Indian Student Cultural Center, and the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change