Hoopa Man and Daughter in New York Times Article
Joseph and Kinehsche’ Marshall of the Hoopa tribe. [Image part of a larger photo by Alyssa Schukar for The New York Times]
A Hoopa man and his daughter are highlighted in a New York Times article about the Standing Rock Sioux protest. The article shares short pieces and artistic photos depicting a number of Native Americans who’ve gathered at the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota in an attempt to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAP).
Joseph and Kinehsche’ Marshall belong to the Hoopa, one of 280 different tribes represented in what the New York Times says “activists are calling the largest, most diverse tribal action in at least a century, perhaps since Little Bighorn.”
You can read the whole article here.