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The pride of just uniting all of us. She's thought a lot about what created such a strong bond among so many who came to Standing Rock. He calls it home. Lillis came from Washington in September, after following the movement for a few months, "Once they finally released the dogs on people that was enough," he said. Archambault says the tribe has been transparent about how it used the donations, but that dozens of outside groups and individuals used online fundraising sites to raise money. We've united as people," she said. Because that human spirit doesn't have a color. It's a challenge to raise the money, said Black Elk, because everyone is exhausted. She was one of the first people to start questioning the Dakota Access pipeline route. Listen Part 1: Standing Rock, one year later. Different races, indigenous people from all over the world. North Dakota's governor has reached out to the tribe in an effort to repair relationships, and Archambault is appreciative. While he still struggles with mental illness and alcohol abuse, Alexander says he now has people who support and encourage him. And we are going to use it for the greater good. But the movement also made her more outspoken, unwilling to sit by and watch injustice. On Cannon Ball River, few signs of the camps protesting the Dakota Access pipeline are visible, but leftover silverware, batteries and fire pits can still be found. Donate today. This intense commitment to a cause is a common thread among those who lived at the Standing Rock camps. Like when somebody was down, somebody would go over there and pick them up," explained Alexander, who credits living at Oceti Sakowin camp with easing his depression and anxiety. But the massive demonstrations that caught the world's attention last year have permanently changed people and politics here. Broken glass, weathered batteries, a bent fork and squash growing where a camp kitchen was set up. Tents and teepees occupy the powwow grounds of Eagle Butte, S. At its base are with things people left, including cigarettes, sea shells and prayer beads. We rely on your help to do this. Ended up going up the road and sleeping in the car for a while, because it just didn't feel the same. She's concluded the experience filled a spiritual need. She admits she thought little about environmental issues before she became aware the pipeline would cross the Missouri river near the Standing Rock reservation. The trauma of clashes with police left her distrustful and reliving painful experiences. This is embedded in our hearts," she explained, "It's something we have to do. A statue sits overlooking the site of former protest camps. I can actually do something. I'm actually free?

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The time she spent at the camp changed Black Elk in good and bad ways she says. I have a purpose in this world again. Edward Swifthorse, who lives in Cannon Ball, the reservation community nearest the camps, said he supported the effort to stop the pipeline. Your donation has the power to keep MPR News strong and accessible to all during this crisis and beyond. While problems on the reservation remain, tribal leaders say Standing Rock is stronger for what happened last year and that tribal members are engaged and focused on helping build the future. Anger from the tribe's neighbors is also putting the squeeze on the tribal economy, Archambault said. She now has a nationwide support system. Joye Braun has seen it over and over. Cannon Ball resident Edward Swifthorse outside of the town's community center, just down the highway from the Dakota Access pipeline protests camps. About miles south of Cannon Ball, a few refugees from the Standing Rock camps have set up about a dozen tents at the pow wow grounds in the town of Eagle Butte, S. Some went to reimburse communities that sheltered people from the camps during winter storms. It's really releasing that inner warrior, that spiritual warrior," said Braun. How often is this opportunity going to come along again where I can say I did something good with my life? He first went to the Standing Rock camps for free food, but the atmosphere kept him there for months. The Standing Rock camps drew thousands of people, including tribal delegations from Africa and South America. She dropped out of nursing school when the Standing Rock camps started and stayed until the camps were closed in February. But donations for the clinic continue to come in. Today, the camps are gone and oil is flowing through the pipeline while court battles over pipeline permits continue. The unity, the love and the compassion. And our casino is one of our primary economic drivers," said Archambault, who points to talk of a casino boycott by residents of Bismarck. Program Schedule Station Directory. It also drew unprecedented public attention to Standing Rock. MPR News is dedicated to bringing you clarity in coverage from our reporters across the state, stories that connect us, and conversations that provide perspectives when we need it most. He thinks governments have more incentive to get along, but it will be much more difficult to overcome the anger and resentment among individual citizens on both sides. Archambault is quick to point out what happened a year ago at Standing Rock isn't over. To save the human race. Lillis sat at his old campsite for a bit and thought about the experience. Cows now graze on the site of the Oceti Sakowin camp where thousands pitched tents and built rudimentary wood structures. She's a community organizer for the Minnesota based Indigenous Environmental Network. Black Elk has a list of medical practitioners, many who volunteered at the camp, who offered to return to staff the clinic for two week shifts. Share story Twitter Facebook Email. He's said he's also asked the federal government to turn the land back to the tribe so the protests can be memorialized. He said he plans to spend time this winter at a Minnesota camp on the White Earth reservation set up to oppose the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline project. It was beautiful," she said. The need for health care that integrates traditional treatments with western medicine became apparent while the camps were operating, Black Elk said. One tangible change that has roots in the protest camp is a new free clinic that's currently being developed in Fort Yates, N. Braun lives in Eagle Butte. Men smoke cigarettes and brew coffee around a communal table at a camp inside the Eagle Butte powwow grounds. Lillis, 39, is from Washington state and said he lived in the camp for five months, until the camps were shut down in February. But he thinks people took advantage of this small community that opened its doors and helped thousands of people with shelter, showers and food. The large camps might be gone but the legal battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline continues in a federal district court in Washington D. To save our planet. Sherman Dean Alexander walks through the campsite he calls home on the powwow grounds of Eagle Butte, S. Business has been slow since the protest camps started, casino revenues are down two-thirds from two years ago. There are bits and pieces scattered about. She was one of the first to set up camp near Cannon Ball in the late spring snow. Support MPR News. The tribe has used donations to keep some programs running while they wait for casino income to rebound. It's something completely new. A recent visit found a big bearded man leaning on a wooden walking stick surveying what was the Rosebud camp, next to the Cannon Ball River. Sherman Alexander sits in a tipi he brought from the Oceti Sakowin camp.