Water Protectors Inspire Global Movement of Truth and Justice
First Voices Radio Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Lakota, interviews Cheryl Angel, Lakota from Standing Rock, Cheryl shares her visit to Mexico City, and how the water protectors movement has empowered people around the world to protect the people, land and water.
In Mexico, families continue the struggle for truth and justice for the 43 disappeared students from Guerrero.
Cheryl shares news from Japan on the divestments in Dakota Access Pipeline.
Cheryl says the freedom to live the way we choose is necessary. It is a struggle for freedom of choice for future generations.
Tiokasin points out that this movement of protecting the water is not over.
Cheryl says, "This is the beginning."
Buffy Sainte Marie's 'Power in the Blood,' follows the interview.
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