Part of the Missouri River, part of the Mississippi watershed, Lake Oahe is threatened by the pipeline crossing. Water Protectors in North Dakota have been arrested and imprisoned, including Red Fawn Fallis, whose arresting deputy claimed her disorderly conduct was evidenced in her shouting “Water is Life.”
I do not know Red Fawn Fallis, but I know that water is life, and it is unacceptable that Red Fawn is in prison.
The Water Protector Legal Collective reports the progress of the government cases against the water protectors and links to sites where financial support can be placed. I have dreams of typing generous amounts of money into Red Fawn’s paypal account, and having little money, I offer the citizens of the world the opportunity to watch my Water is Life slideshow, with the soundtrack a Walter/Wright version of the Dakota Lullaby by Tom Peterson, and then buy an 12x18" of the painting. Half the proceeds, after expenses, will go to Red Fawn.
Tom Peterson lives in South Dakota and told me the song was written for all and about all people, not only the Lakota people. We all need to protect water. My painting is what I have to offer.
Water is Life, 12x18" color poster, shipped rolled in a cardboard tube.
Water is Life, poster from original oil painting by Kate Walter
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