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Ute, Maori and Dakota, Best of the Longest Walk Part 1

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From the heart of America, comes the Best of the Longest Walk Radio, Northern Route, Part 1. Adriano Buckskin, 19, Southern Ute walker in Illinois delivers a message to youths. In Cimarron, Kansas, Maori Sharon Heta and her husband Michael Lane, Menominee, with their three daughters speak on the sovereign and inherent rights of Maori in New Zealand. Yankton Dakota in South Dakota offers songs and describe the fight to halt the construction of a commerical hogfarm in the middle of their community. These are the voices of Indigenous human rights and resistance. Produced by Earthcycles, producer Govinda Dalton and cohost Brenda Norrell on the Longest Walk Northern Route 2008.

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