The closer they can get to the victims of this country’s original sins, the more that they can be cleansed of the guilt.
“She’s dealing with a life-changing injury. And psychologically that’s very difficult. The year anniversary comes up, it’s very disturbing.”
Since Donald Trump’s presidential declaration that he will continue pursuing corporate profit over Indigenous rights, it is imperative that Jewish groups and individuals continue to show up to support the Water Protectors at Standing Rock.
The young Jewish woman whose arm was nearly torn off by a grenade at the protests against a natural gas pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation is back home this week, preparing for more surgeries.
Ultimately, Schrode said, Americans should not wait to see whether the Trump administration conforms to the plans of the “alt-right,” but rather organize now to defeat the president-elect and his fellow travelers.
Wayne Wilansky, the father of injured Jewish protester Sophia Wilansky, struggled to speak through his tears at a press conference.
A police concussion grenade tore off much of the arm of a 21-year-old Jewish woman at the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, activists say.
(JTA) — Erin Schrode, a self described citizen activist and journalist, appeared to be shot by a rubber bullet while conducting an interview with a Native American man on the sideline of the protests at Standing Rock. The Native American-led protest is over an oil pipeline that would run near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation…
Three groups of Jews have found ways to incorporate solidarity with Standing Rock and #NoDAPL into their Jewish spiritual and communal practice.
For Miriam Grossman, protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline is a profoundly Jewish act, one that brings up memories of her grandmother.