Protecting Native Lands Along the Hudson River

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Learn about the importance of what is now called the Hudson River as part of native homelands, and the opposition of indigenous peoples and environmentalists to "development" (destruction) at 1011 Second Ave. in Troy. Sandra Deer-Standup, a member of the Mohawk Nation, talks about the Iroquois creation story and more with Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Brea Barthel. For details see www.friendsofthemahicantuck.org or https://clim.center/save1011.

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