I’m switching things up a little this week and we’re starting off with a “check in” interview with previous guest, Dell Hambleton.
When Dell was last on the show ten months ago, she was about to start filming a documentary about her journey traveling the Trail of Tears water route in reverse in order to connect with her Native American heritage.
Today, we’re going to hear about how the events at Standing Rock changed the course of her life these past several months and get an update on her documentary.
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Mentioned in this Episode:
→ Dakota Access Pipeline Videos on Democracy Now
→ Dakota Access Pipeline Stories on The Guardian
→ Part 1 of Dell’s Original Appearance on the Living Unconventionally Podcast
→ Part 2 of Dell’s Original Appearance on the Living Unconventionally Podcast
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