Monday, February 18, 2019

SACRAMENTO Longest Walk 2019 Recognizes Indigenous Children in U.S. Prison Camps -- Photos Today by Bad Bear




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Longest Walk Recognizes Children in U.S. Prison Camps

Photos by Western Shoshone Carl 'Bad Bear' Sampson.

Article by Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Western Shoshone Photojournalist Carl Bad Bear Sampson said the Longest Walk 2019 runners and walkers made it 16 miles today, Monday, Feb. 18, 2019.
At the federal building in  Sacramento, Long Walkers called for unity and solidarity, as they walk across this land now known as "America.'
Today, Long Walkers held a Prayer Ceremony for the children in U.S. prison camps, outside the Sacramento federal building where ICE is located.
'The purpose today was to recognize the over 14,000 Indigenous children in prison camps for no crime other than trying to cross an artificial colonial nation-state border." -- Long Walker

Route Schedule
https://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2019/02/longest-walk-2019-route-schedule.html?m=1


Photos copyright Carl Sampson, Censored News

2 comments:

TLW2-NR said...

The purpose today was to recognize the over 14,000 Indigenous children held in prison camps for no crime other than trying to cross an artificial colonial nation-state borser.

Unknown said...

Prayers up for All indigenous children held Immigrations camps and Dentention Centers Worldwide.