Oka Lawa camp is a spiritual, prayerful, peaceful camp for water protectors and our allies from across the land. We are located in southeast Oklahoma on a 70 acre Choctaw allotment that was given to the family after the Trail of Tears forced them to move from their original homelands in Mississippi to Oklahoma (formerly "Indian Territory"). Our purpose is to educate our relatives about these histories, to exchange stories and knowledge with other nations, to walk in prayer with those who come to visit, and to heal our people from the historical traumas resulting from colonization. This camp is meant for those who want to unite in a peaceful and non-violent way to build a better future for generations to come. Please join us!
*Come in prayer
*No drugs or alcohol
*No bad energy/vibes
*We center indigenous voices & leadership
*The camp is non-violent, anything done outside of the camp is the individual's responsibility
*This is Chahta land
*Bring love ♥