. Giving a platform to Indigenous water protectors « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – By the end of the nineteenth century, the U.S. had reallocated all Indigenous waters to non-Native settler-colonists. Every bit of the rights we have within the U.S. now had to be fought for through the U.S. justice system by grassroots Indigenous movements fighting injustice,” said Wakinyan LaPointe, Sicangu Lakota and the summit co-convener. The summit also served as a safe space for Madeline McKeague, Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian), who is grieving from the destruction of the Lahaina wildfires.

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