There is no denying that some of the worst actors in our country have spoken loudly and clearly this past week. As dismayed as some of us may be, we cannot stand idly by and let the strides and gains we have fought so hard for to be simply erased. The Struggle that has always been there continues, brighter and stronger than ever before. Many of you know I have dedicated a good chunk of my life to reporting on issues that you feel are important to us here as Americans and as global citizens. . 

Today, I’m proud to announces that for the first time ever I will be offering limited edition prints of my images with 20% of all the proceeds going to Southern Poverty Law Center, a champion of human rights here in the United States. The cost of the 8x12 prints is set at $225 including shipping. These make great gifts as well as valuable tools for raising awareness about an going on right now. You will also be helping to support independent journalism at a time when it is needed most. I don't need to remind any of you how wrong the elite mainstream media got this election.  

Please join me by clicking on the link below and in my bio to be taken directly to the gallery of prints for sale. Thank you for your time and... Stay Strong.

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A Native youth rides a horse through the campsite just after sunrise at the DAPL Resistance camp in Cannon Ball, ND. Horses are a common sight around the camp and used primary for transportation.Image 1 - A Native youth rides a horse through the campsite just after sunrise at the DAPL Resistance camp in Cannon Ball, ND. Horses are a common sight around the camp and used primary for transportation.

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The flags of the many Native American tribes camping at the DAPL Resistance campsite are planted along the main paths and along the highway.Image 2 - The flags of the many Native American tribes camping at the DAPL Resistance campsite are planted along the main paths and along the highway.

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Many Native Americans still prefer the traditional methods of erecting teepees although it is not uncommon to find modern heating devices alongside a more traditional central fire.Image 3 - Many Native Americans still prefer the traditional methods of erecting teepees although it is not uncommon to find modern heating devices alongside a more traditional central fire.

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A roadside memorial at the crossing of the Missouri River separating Cannon Ball, ND and the Standing Rock Reservation.Image 4 - A roadside memorial at the crossing of the Missouri River separating Cannon Ball, ND and the Standing Rock Reservation.

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Two Native American men ride their horses through the camp at a quick pace.Image 5 - Two Native American men ride their horses through the camp at a quick pace.

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DAPL Resistance Water Protectors march towards a hill under the watchful eyes of law enforcement and private security companies. Behind the hill is the DAPL construction site.Image 6 - DAPL Resistance Water Protectors march towards a hill under the watchful eyes of law enforcement and private security companies. Behind the hill is the DAPL construction site.

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A Native American Water Protector holds a religious bundle containing sage and sweet grass called a smudge stick. Those marching to the DAPL construction site cleanse themselves with the white smoke aImage 7 - A Native American Water Protector holds a religious bundle containing sage and sweet grass called a smudge stick. Those marching to the DAPL construction site cleanse themselves with the white smoke a

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Native American Water Protectors and their supporters clash with police as they reach the DAPL construction site. Approximately 80 DAPL Resistance members were arrested.Image 8 - Native American Water Protectors and their supporters clash with police as they reach the DAPL construction site. Approximately 80 DAPL Resistance members were arrested. Image 9 Police at the DAPL construction site move to defensive positions closer to the construction equipment being used to dig the pipeline as marchers move in.Image 9 - Police at the DAPL construction site move to defensive positions closer to the construction equipment being used to dig the pipeline as marchers move in. Image 10:

A Native American man and elder that identifies himself as "Dan" stands on a bluff overlooking the DAPL pipeline construction site and sings in his native language.Image 10 - A Native American man and elder that identifies himself as "Dan" stands on a bluff overlooking the DAPL pipeline construction site and sings in his native language.