Bobbi Jean Three Legs, a Standing Rock Sioux woman and founder of ReZpect Our Water, organized and participated in a 2,000-mile relay run from North Dakota to Washington DC to advocate for Indigenous rights and to protest construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Forty Oceti Sakowin youth between the ages of 13 and 30 joined Bobbi Jean in the run for water. In this interview with Amy Goodman for Democracy Now!, Bobbi Jean asks people around the world to stand up for water and life. She was among the first Indigenous people to gather at the Sacred Stone Resistence Camp. Photo credit: Democracy Now!