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Clearing Up the Confusion: Kelly Daniels Talks About the Status of Standing Rock

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Kelly Daniels--photographer, activist and Standing Rock advocate--has returned home from Standing Rock, but she (like many of us) is aware this war is not over. She returns to Girl Power Hour to discuss the current state of affairs at Standing Rock. One Sacred Fire has been extinguished, but another has been lit. This is not over. However, there has been a great deal of confusion. It seems tribal leaders are expressing different opinions of how to move forward. As such, Kelly Daniels wants to help us understand what is really going on and how we can continue to help and stand with Standing Rock. 

Kelly Daniels is a professional photographer in Overland Park Kansas. For 25 years, she has specialized in recording interactive families and children. She is on her fourth trip to the Oceti Sakowin camp at the Standing Rock Protest to bring awareness to the truth behind the community of prayerful families, elders and children that are the backbone and reason for this movement. Her company is called The Kelly Gallery. 

Kelly is speaking about Standing Rock in Kansas City at the International Day of the Girl. She does presentations for organizations and schools to spread the word in the Kansas City area.