Apache and Mezcalero indigenous women in the Oceti Sawokin camp, in a ceremony blessing the largest gathering of Indian Nations since the days of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse, 1876.They are shouting: "Min Wiconi/ Water is Life".
Ladonna Brave Bull, leader of the resistance at Standing Rock with her fist up shouts " Min Wiconi/ Water is life. She presented to the General Assembly of United Nations the cases of human rights violations committed against the water protectors and still fighting today.
During the time water protectors were protesting in North Dakota, the Sioux settled 4 camps: Sacred Stone, Oceti Sakowin, Rosebud, and Cheyenne River camp. Oceti had more than 10.000 people at once, view next to the river.