Missississippi River Walkers, Now South of St. Louis on their 1,200 Mile Journey
A group of Native American Indian woman are continuing their 1,200 mile walk from the headwaters of the MIssissippi to the mouth of the river. They carry with them a buck from the headwaters to pour into the mouth to the show the river what it could be. Their goal is to educate people about the importance of protecting the Mississippi for the next seven generations.
Here is a photographic update.
Crossing the Bridge Over Troubled Waters
In Minneapolis at the All Nations Church
Bemidji to St. Paul, April 5
At Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls
At All Nations Indian Church
Cahokia Mounds World Heritage Site, April 7, 2013
St. Louis April 8, 2013
Photos are from their Facebook page.
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