If you’re shopping this Cyber-Monday, consider spending your money with brands who are donating a portion of each sale to benefit the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their peaceful protest against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Money donated to Standing Rock Sioux will help with the ongoing protest by providing funds to purchase much needed supplies.
A beautifully designed and curated collection of clothing and jewelry by Bethany Yellowtail. It is “A celebration of ancestral tradition, beauty, and culture, B.YELLOWTAIL embraces an authentic voice of contemporary Native America through design and wearable art.” Proceeds from their “protector” collection are donated to help bring aid to the people on the front lines.
A sustainably crafted hand-made clothing and accessories company made from mostly recycled and deadstock fabric here in the good ol’ USA. Use code NODAPL for 5% off your order and to donate up to 30% of sale to Standing Rock through midnight November 28,2016.
This Massachusetts based hand-made clothing brand features hand-painted illustrations from designer Sara Charles. From the stitch of every legging, to the screen on every top, designer Sara Charles hand-crafts each piece herself from start to finish. 10% of proceeds are being donated to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
A California based basics brand with a bit of a romantic and bohemian edge. Use code NODAPL at checkout to donate 15% of funds to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and also get 20% off your purchase for Cyber Monday.
Lovely malas handmade in NYC from high quality precious and semi precious stones. Each piece is hand-knotted and adorned with various pendants that have different meanings. 10% of sales through November will go to Standing Rock.
You can also donate directly to the cause via the Official Sacred-Stone Camp Go Fund Me campaign here.
Or, purchase an item from their Amazon wishlist.
**Featured photo of Demonstrators via PRI : “Demonstrators stand on heavy machinery after halting work on the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. on September 6, 2016″ Photo Credit:Andrew Cullen/Reuters