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Water Walkers: Indigenous Women Walk 250-Mile Length of Minnesota River -


Water Walkers: Indigenous Women Walk 250-Mile Length of Minnesota River - They plan to arrive at Pike Island in Fort Snelling State Park in Minneapolis on April 1 at 4 p.m., where the Minnesota River empties into the Mississippi. Before setting out, they gathered water at the lake and will hold ceremonies as they pour the sacred elixir into the Mississippi River. It’s an effort to both call attention to river contamination and “honor the water as a living being,” the organizers said in a statement.

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