On World Water Day, we can gather at your local water source, or home, and place good intentions and prayers into the water. Let’s stand in solidarity with the world’s Water Protectors and take the first step towards cleaning and restoring the world’s water.
Watch the free UPLIFT Film ‘The Voice of Water’
Water Protectors around the world, lead by indigenous nations, are standing up for the rights of water. From the Ganges in India, to the Whanganui River in New Zealand and Standing Rock in the Dakotas, the sacredness of water is being recognized and respected.‘The Voice of Water’ features Chief Phil Lane Jr.–Ihanktonwan Dakota and Chickasaw Nations, Cheryl Angel–Sicangu/Oohenumpa Water Protector, Lyla June Johnston–Cheyanne/Dine Poet and Activist, Ruben Saufkie Sr.–Hopi Water Clan, Hector Buitrago, Polly Higgins, Grant Wilson, Dr Erin O’Donnell, and more.