Thursday, August 14, 2008

Bad Bear's images of Peace and Dignity







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Carl "Bad Bear" Sampson, Paiute/Shoshone, 27 years old from Reno, Nevada, documented his run with the Peace and Dignity Journeys from the California border at Fort Mojave to the Gila River Pima Maricopa Indian Nation in Arizona, using his cellphone. It was 117 degrees in southern Arizona while the runners headed to Mexico. Peace and Dignity Journey runners will join those arriving from South America in Panama. Meanwhile, during 2008, Bad Bear kept a video journal of his months on the Longest Walk 2 northern route, using his cellphone for photos and videos. For more of his Peace and Dignity Journeys photos and videos, see the Censored News homepage: http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com/

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