Nationwide floricanto ties broader MeXicanx community to Standing Rock and #NoDAPL

On Sunday, November 27, 2016 a first-ever online international floricanto was held in solidarity with the water protectors at Standing Rock. Poets and artists from the broader MeXicanx community participated in live and virtual events, which helped raise awareness about Standing Rock and the importance of indigenous Xicanx identity and culture. Events were held in San Antonio and Corpus Christi, Texas and recorded live online with artists from Los Angeles, McAllen, and Guadalajara, Mexico.

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Solidarity with Standing Rock: Front line video of police attack on Sat 10/22/16

PLEASE SHARE FAR AND WIDE! The following videos are from the front lines at Standing Rock, North Dakota where people in prayer were surrounded and attacked by police on Saturday, October 22, 2016. There were reports of fire hoses spraying pepper spray on people. The following feeds were able to go public as the communication signals became scrambled.

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#AyoyotesOnTheGround evokes sacred drum beats across the U.S. and Mexico against the Dakota Access Pipeline
Images from the Segunda Llamada of #AyoyotesOnTheGround at the Sacred Stone Camp. Image by E'Sha Hoferer.

#AyoyotesOnTheGround evokes sacred drum beats across the U.S. and Mexico against the Dakota Access Pipeline

The call to defend Mother Earth and her waters at the spiritual resistance camps near the Standing Rock Reservation has sparked a spiritual movement throughout the broader Mexicanx Xicanx community on both sides of the border.

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