Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Walkers on the Walk for the Salmon, Seattle to San Francisco, reached their goal, and offered prayers at Sogorea Te.
Photos by Western Shoshone Long Walker and Photojournalist Carl Bad Bear Sampson, thank you.
Glen Cove (Sogorea Te in Ohlone) is a sacred gathering place and burial ground that has been utilized by numerous Native American tribes since at least 1,500 BC. It is located just south of Vallejo, California along the Carquinez Strait, a natural channel that connects the Sacramento River Delta to the San Francisco Bay.
|Western Shoshone Nation Spiritual Leader Johnnie Bobb joined walkers of the Walk for the Salmon, at the InterTribal Friendship House in Oakland, last night.|
Walkers walked from Seattle to San Francisco for the salmon, the rivers and the water.
Walk for the Salmon, Seattle to San Francisco 2017
Photos on the walk at Santa Rosa, and at InterTribal Friendship House in Oakland
by Carl Bad Bear Sampson, Western Shoshone
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With the passing of our friend and brother in the struggle, Dennis J.Banks last October 29, we decided to combine the annual dinner Feast with Oakland Inter-Tribal Friendship House into a memorial celebration to honor his life. -- Tony Gonzales, AIM West
Time: 4 pm
Intertribal Friendship House: 523 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606
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