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Stand with the Bad River Tribe


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A key environmental and Native rights struggle was won in northern Wisconsin in 2014. The Walker Administration had re-opened Wisconsin to mining interests making the proposed Penokee Mine a disaster in the making: a 4-5 mile long open-pit iron mine in the Penokee Hills that would devastate the local ecology and the water. Resistance to the plans came from many - most notably the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa.

two-color screenprint, printed on heavy-weight Mr French paper, unnumbered

Art to End Fossil Fuels

Art to End Fossil Fuels

September 12, 2023

Justseeds friend David Solnit shared this project and video about a climate justice poster project that is timed with the September climate mobilizations and march planned for New York City…