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Friday, March 31, 2017

Gathering Strength at Fort Duchesne, Long Walk 5

Photos and Videos by Western Shoshone Carl 'Bad Bear' Sampson

The Ute community of Fort Duchesne walked with the Longest Walk 5 this morning.

Drum at Fort Duchesne.

The Long Walk 5 gained strength during the walkers stay on Ute land at Fort Duchesne, Utah.
The community shared hospitality and joined walkers as they departed this morning, March 30, 2017. Western Shoshone photojournalist Carl 'Bad Bear' Sampson said he was joined on the walk by his father Buck Sampson, Paiute, and mother Rozina Bobb Sampson, Western Shoshone (shown in photos above.)
Bad Bear said runners are running hard to cover the miles. The camp stay place for Long Walk 5 is now Hayden, Colorado. -- Brenda, Censored News

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