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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Monday, February 15, 2021

SLAMDANCE 'End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock'

By Brenda Norrell 
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The premiere of 'End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock,' is now featured at the online Slamdance Film Festival.

"Our fear is for the future generations. This is where we belong," says Madonna Thunder Hawk, Lakota, speaking of the river that brings life.

"The Missouri River is our lifeline," Thunder Hawk said.

As one of the Native women truth-tellers in the film, Thunder Hawk says, "The world is ruled by corporations now."

Protecting the Missouri River, the women of Standing Rock proclaimed to the world, "Water is Life."

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