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Cheryl Angel
Cheryl Angel

Cheryl Angel is a a Sicangu Lakota Spiritual Activist and Water Protector. She is a former spokesperson and occupant of Sacred Stone Camp at Standing Rock.

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Sovereign Sisters in Lakota Lands

Water Protector Cheryl Angel on a Magical Staff, the Black Hills and Economic Sovereignty

Lakota Spiritual Activist Cheryl Angel believes in listening to her dreams – the ones that come to her at night as she sleeps, and the ones that arrive as messengers from the road as she travels the globe. She has been traveling extensively over the past two years, connecting with indigenous and non-indigenous women and […]

By Cheryl Angel Tracy L. Barnett Posted in Indigenous Peoples, Standing Rock, Sustainability, Women's Empowerment on June 5, 2019 Continue reading
Many Standing Rocks: Three Years and Still Fighting

An interview with Sicangu Lakota Spiritual Activist and Water Protector Cheryl Angel

The third anniversary of the Water Protectors movement at Standing Rock passed by quietly earlier this month. With the pipeline construction industry booming across the U.S. and Canada, Donald Trump seeking to bulldoze the cancelled Keystone XL Pipeline through more than 800 miles of unceded Lakota treaty territory, and at least nine state governments working […]

By Tracy L. Barnett Cheryl Angel Posted in Activism, Indigenous Peoples, Spirituality, Standing Rock, Water on April 27, 2019 Continue reading

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