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  • Nisqually Tribe unveils statue honoring Standing Rock warriors

    A wood carving by Salish artist Ed Archie NoiseCat depicting a Native American woman standing in defense of the water will be given as a gift to the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.

A wood carving by Salish artist Ed Archie NoiseCat depicting a Native American woman standing in defense of the water will be given as a gift to the Standing Rock Sioux Nation. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
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Local tribes show solidarity with Standing Rock protesters through art

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