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Walking for Water Highlighting threats to our water, Indigenous people carry water from four corners of the continent to Lake Superior by Faye Brown

Activism & Community, Louisiana, Religion & Spirituality, Wildlife

May 1st, 2011

“To mark the one year anniversary of the disastrous BP oil spill, a small group of Indigenous women, elders and youth gathered at sunrise on
April 20 in Gulfport, Mississippi and began walking more than 1,430
miles north to Lake Superior in Wisconsin. Carrying a pail of salt water from the Gulf of Mexico, they will walk forty miles a day for over six
weeks to reach their destination.”

read article on Common Dreams