Pasatiempo - - RANDOM ACTS - — Jen­nifer Levin

A benefit for pro­tec­tors: Stand and Rock

The wa­ter pro­tec­tors who lived for sev­eral months at the Sacred Stone Camp to protest construction of the Dakota Ac­cess Pipeline en­dured harsh weather as well as bru­tal treat­ment by law en­force­ment per­son­nel who were at­tempt­ing to make them leave. Many in­curred sig­nif­i­cant le­gal and med­i­cal costs while stand­ing up for their rights, and they now are in need of fi­nan­cial as­sis­tance. Stand and Rock is a rau­cous all-ages, pay-what-you-can con­cert at Sky­light (139 W. San Francisco St.) on Fri­day, Dec. 23, to sup­port the Stand­ing Rock Sioux Reser­va­tion of North Dakota with do­na­tions taken at the door for the Wa­ter Pro­tec­tor Le­gal Col­lec­tive. The head­liner is Impulse Groove Foun­da­tion — fea­tur­ing Brian Hard­groove of Pub­lic En­emy with Paul E, Kirk Kadish, Justin Brans­ford, and Andy Kingston — with nu­mer­ous spe­cial guests, in­clud­ing Jono Manson, Feli­cia Ford, and Drums for Peace. Actor Wes Studi (Chero­kee) also ap­pears. Doors open at 6 p.m.; the con­cert starts at 7 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.sky­light­santafe.com.

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