The Bridge with Kira virtual hang around the fire

Kira hangs out with anonymous water protector “BeeBop,” back in Comanche territory after a long stay at Standing Rock. Nicholas “Jesus” Wagner joins briefly to report from Standing Rock on the meetings held by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to ask water protectors to leave. Jesus also invites the audience to the upcoming March of Love and Peace. Daniel Cutler joins to discuss his motivations for responding to the call and his experiences as a non-Native ally.


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The Bridge with Kira featuring David Charles Plate

Kira welcomes Sync Master, David Plate back to the Bridge for a Christmas Eve discussion about archetypes, high weirdness, occultism, syncromysticism, the Tree of Life and why things are so off kilter. David reveals the silence of his first 2 years while discussing his work of syncing music to movies. David also discusses his near death experience (NDE).

Check out David’s work here: David Charles Plate’s Research in Syncronicity Naturally Occurring in Multi-Media

David’s Art

The Sync Book

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The Bridge with Kira featuring Zephyr, Anna and BJ

Kira welcomes Zephyr back to the bridge for a discussion about the future of the indigenous resistance and the recent move of Winyan Camp from Oceti Sakowin.

Kira welcomes Anna to the bridge for a discussion about her experiences at Oceti Sakowin, her perspective as a criminal justice student and the actions of Morton County Sheriff’s department. Kira and Anna welcome Oceti Sakowin’s hero, BJ Nastacio, wanted by Morton County for his heroic actions.

Help Fund BJ Nastacio’s Winter Camp


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The Bridge with Kira featuring Linda Black Elk & Ta’Sina Sapa Win

Kira welcomes Linda Black Elk back to the Bridge to discuss recent events at Standing Rock. Topics included the continued work on DAPL despite the easment not being granted, the challenges of winter weather, the excellent work of the Medics and Healers Council and the pathology local law inforcement in North Dakota.

Standing Rock Medic & Healer Council

Kira welcomes Ta’Sina backto the Bridge to discuss recent event’s at Standing Rock. As a member of the International Indigenous Youth Council, Ta’Sina has vowed to stay until the black snake is killed.  Fellow member of the IIYC, Alexander Howland also joins.

International Indigenous Youth Council

IIYC Needs a Truck

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The Bridge with Kira #NoDAPL update 12-3-16 Stories From the Front Lines

Theresa Martin answers the question “what is a nice Catholic girl from San Francisco doing at Standing Rock?” Megan Awwad, a Palistinian Catholic also tells her story of answering the call to go to Standing Rock. Unpa Numpa tells his account of the events of 11/20-11/21 when water protectors were tear gassed and water cannoned in sub freezing temperatures. He saw officers laughing as they shot people with rubber bullets.

Audio: Tribe objected to pipeline nearly 2 years before lawsuit

Signs Of A Creepy Government Conspiracy At Standing Rock

Girl told to dress “like an Indian” for school assignment made a statement on #NODAPLE

For news and information you will not find anywhere else, please tune in live for the next episode of The Bridge with Kira 12/10/16 4-6 pm EST

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The Bridge with Kira #NoDAPL update 11-26-16 with Zephyr

Zephyr shares her eyewitness account of the horrific police brutality unleashed on the water protectors on 11/20/16. The Army Corps of Engineers eviction notice and Veteran’s arrival at Standing Rock is also discussed.

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“They’re Just a Bunch of Burning Man Hippies” and Other Dehumanizing Memes

November 20, 2016, Métis journalist, Stephanie Cram publishes the following article for CBC News, highlighting some of the cultural differences she and her team reportedly saw between indigenous and non-indigenous residents of Oceti Sakowin. “To get the full experience of Standing Rock, we set up our tents for two nights, immersing ourselves in daily life at Oceti Sakowin.” Pardon me Ms. Cram but the “full experience” is not obtained in 2 nights. Ms. Cram, you have  managed to take an incredible feat by organizers and made it look like a mess. “I do believe [some people] are here for like Woodstock, or a Burning Man-type thing,” said Josh Dini, who works as security for Oceti Sakowin.” Maybe so but  when you make the possible intentions of the minority, central, it morphs out of control and turns into an excuse to dehumanize everyone in the camp. Your choice to interview LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard about the goings on at Oceti Sakowin is interesting considering that she does not live there and her comments were about Sacred Stone Camp.

Reporter’s notebook: Standing Rock is not the new Woodstock

November 28, 2016, Chris White from the Daily Caller picks up the story and runs with the Burning Man hippy meme. Now readers are led to believe the Natives have completely lost control and the camp is now filled to the brim with rude, drunk and high, Burning Man hippies who just want to party and not contribute.

White Hippies Descend On Standing Rock Protest, Treat It Like Burning Man/

November 29, 2016, enter Sandra Song of Paper to continue the out of control spiral that leads people to believe a false and vilifying narrative of Oceti Sakowin. The narrative is as follows: Native water protectors do not want white allies coming to Standing Rock. They just want money. Natives have completely lost control of their own camp and it is mostly white people looking for a party there.


NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH! Oceti Sakowin is Indigenous led and Natives are still the majority. The vast majority of non-Native allies that live in Oceti Sakowin are there to participate and give. They are standing side by side on the front line, putting their bodies on the line for clean water and for Indigenous sovereignty. They bring support and supplies and their service is greatly appreciated. Non-Native allies are welcome and appreciated at Oceti Sakowin. Non-Native allies are greeted and treated as relatives. That is the truth that I witnessed and I spent more than two nights there.

This Burning Man hippy meme is the perfect Alt-Right Trogan Horse. It is a meme that looks like Social Justice minded concern on the surface. But when you scratch the surface, it is as dehumanizing to all of the residents of Oceti Sakowin and could very well be used as an excuse to clear the camp. After all, it is just a bunch of Burning Man hippies looking for a party and not the largest ever gathering of Native water protectors looking to save us all from death by poison water and paper sovereignty.

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