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Some Highlights from the Red Road to D.C.

A photo gallery showcases the power of art to spur activism in defense of sacred places

 

In the past 70 years, the Missouri River has been badly distorted by industrial development. A series of dams built in the mid-20th century flooded hundreds of thousands of acres-much of which were tribal lands. Coal plants and their associated high-voltage power lines necklace many sections of the river. Indigenous leaders in the area want to restore Native stewardship of the lands and waters near the river. Photo courtesy Wingspan Media.

By Jason Mark. Photos by Wingspan Media. Reprinted with permission from Sierra Club.

Washington, DC. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland took time from her many responsibilities to receive a unique piece of art that has spent the past two weeks trave...



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