Native American women walking length of river, raising pollution awareness
Photo taken today by Paul Seesequasis of Mississippi River Water Walker organizer, Sharon Day near Dubuque IA on March 23rd. They walk to raise awareness of the sacredness of the Mississippi River, working to keep it pollution free for the next 7 generations.
Photos from the Facebook page of the Mississippi River Walkers
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