THREE DAYS TO SAVE SIOUX SACRED LAND
HELP LAKOTA SIOUX SAVE
PE 'SLA SACRED BLACK HILLS LAND
In less than a week an area considered sacred by the native Sioux people could be auctioned off to the highest bidder, to be bulldozed into suburban cul de sacs or a golf course. The Sioux have launched a campaign to save their land - and if we join them now we can stop the sell off.
For generations the Sioux have used this undeveloped but privately owned stretch of prairie in the Black Hills of South Dakota for important annual ceremonies, but this Saturday's auction could pave the way for its destruction. That's why Sara Jumping Eagle, of the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe, started a petition asking the government to protect the land by designating it a historical landmark. The cost to the goverhment would be negligible---but we need to show that the Sioux have support from every corner of the country to make it happen.
There's little time left, as the auction is this Saturday. Stand with Sara and the Sioux tribes of the Dakotas to take tis land off the auction block.
Sign now a share with everyone.
Go to this link and click on "Help Lakota Sioux Save Pe' Sla Sacred Black Hills Land."