"The Aquifer below Texas is porous limestone and big oil and gas are punching holes in it. Then they are injecting radioactive poisons that dissolve and collapse the limestone basin and permeates the water table you depend on. This has to come to a stop before it's to late."
A 3-part video series offering an intimate look at the Texas Rio Grande Valley. By Bryan Parras | Bekah Hinojosa | Melinda Melo
In solidarity with the Water Protectors in North Dakota, in September 2016, Kalpulli Ameyaltonal Tejaztlan and other Danza groups in the United States all dedicated a day of ceremony called Ayoyotes on the Ground. Many ceremonies were held in different cities as well as Standing Rock. The ceremonial Danza and prayer was dedicated to the people of the Standing Rock Reservation and for all those working to protect Mother Earth. This particular historic gathering in San Antonio was held in front of the Alamo; which was originally Mission San Antonio de Valero and built by indigenous labor. Yanaguana is the indigenous name of San Antonio, it means place of clear waters; it had always been a gathering place for the indigenous populations for thousands of years.