The Oceti Sakowin Camp

On Sunday, November 13, 2016, North Dakota Quarterly Art Editor Lucy Ganje visited the Oceti Sakowin Camp, which is the main camp for tribal efforts to stop the DAPL pipeline construction across the Missouri River in North Dakota.  These images show just a glimpse of the camp, which houses thousands of tribal activists and supporters.

Camp Sign PostCamp Sign Post

Camp structuresCamp Structures

CommunityCommunity

ExpanseExpanse

Morning at CampMorning at Camp

National FlagsNational Flags

Press PassPress Pass

ProtectorsProtectors

Solar PowerSolar Power

StructuresStructures

Two Spirit EncampmentTwo Spirit Encampment

WinterizingWinterizing

Pano of Oceti Sakowin CampPanorama of the Oceti Sakowin Camp

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