“We exist. We resist. We rise.”
This powerful statement was boldly brought to the White House, through protest signs and spirit, on March 10 as part of the Native Nations Rise protests.
Thousands of Native Americans from tribes across North America marched to the White House to rally for Indigenous rights and environmental protection. The protest was in response to President Donald Trump’s recent actions targeting Indigenous populations.
Little Thunder of the Lakota Tribe in Mission, South Dakota, performs a prayer dance during the Dakota Access Pipeline protest outside the White House on March 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by @cariotir/The Washington Post)
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