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Protectors—Stop DAPL

Juan Fuentes

Juan Fuentes

 

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A light brown poster featuring a portrait of a Native man with brown skin and deep wrinkles in his face, and wearing a beaded headband. Different colored squares frame him, in the medicine wheel colors of yellow, red, black, and white. Text above and below states: “PROTECTORS. Standing Rock, North Dakota. STOP DAPL. Water is Life! You can’t Drink Oil.” Two bison, or buffalo,  frame the image below.



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