Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

October 30, 2013

Bad Bear's Photos Long Walk 4 Beautiful Grand Junction Colorado

Michael Lane on News 5 Grand Junction Wednesday.
Photos by Carl 'Bad Bear' Sampson, Western Shoshone long walker, thanks for sharing with Censored News! Long walkers Emilio and Bad Bear take a hike around Serpents Trail near Grand Junction, Colorado.

By Censored News

(Oct. 31, 2013) GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Walkers on the Longest Walk 4 are in need of sleeping bags.
"As we enter into colder weather, and long stretches of road, we are in need of warm sleeping bags. There are new sleeping bags available at Walmart for $40. We are hoping that someone might sponsor the purchase of some as they are rated down to 10 degrees. Thank you in advance," the walkers said.
"For sponsors not close to the route, Sponsors can consider ordering the sleeping bags online and have choose "ship to store" for the walkers to be able to pick them up at the next store on their route."
The walkers are in the Grand Junction Colorado area headed toward Green River, Utah. Call the Long Walk4 at 202-436-6576 on their cell.
While in Grand Junction, the Longest Walk appeared on Channel 5 news, watch: :
The Longest Walk 4 Return to Alcatraz is walking to uphold Native American Sovereignty. The walkers departed from Washington DC on July 15, 2013, and will arrive on Alcatraz Island on Dec. 21, with a ceremony on Dec. 22, 2013. The walkers are currently in Grand Junction, Colorado, and are headed to Green River, Utah, and then Nevada. Share the love by offering a place to stay, hot meal, or supplies for winter camping. More at Return to Alcatraz:

The walkers are in Grand Junction Colorado area, walking on Hwy 50, headed toward Green River, Utah. The route is: November 1 --12, 2013 - Grand Junction to Delta, Utah, 311 miles.

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