Santa Ama Pueblo, Orlando Cruz, takes us on a journey from the front lines of the stand off at Standing Rock, North Dakota, to the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, D.C. As we listen to the story told in Orlando's voice, we are transported to the places he describes and feel as if we are traveling along with him. His kind spirit and gentle voice make us right at home and we slip into the story, unaware we have become a part of it as he draws us in with an open heart, insightful ancedotes and songs. Orlando's story is speckled with humor and mixed with deep thought and emotion, giving us a glimpse into what it is like to be a Native American Activist and Water Protector today. Throught the book, Orlando, asks the questions that get people thinking in the direction of "How do I be more Earth Conscious in my life?" Lyla June Johnson writes the forward in her spoken words describing her Standing Rock experience. Check out hand made items Orlando, makes to support his travels. Look for a drum, headband or t shirt made at Orlando's home on the reservation. Orlando's cool artist friends are listed in the book too. Read the book, make some new friends, and join in the fun of the Vibe Tribe.