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Water is Life: Why is Standing Rock important?

A public forum featuring the voices of Meskwaki and indigenous peoples who have been involved in, or traveled to Standing Rock, North Dakota to protect our water and block the Dakota Access pipeline. Participants discuss their experiences, their understanding of the issues, and how this might impact the lives of others. Sponsored by Indigenous Iowa and Friends of Prairie Center Church, Inc.

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