Spremiumstore – Twitchy witchy girl coraline halloween shirt

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Frank credits the matriarchs in her community for getting her involved in water protection work at such a young age. At 11, she met Margo Robbins, who is now the president of the Cultural Fire Management Council on the Hoopa reservation. Together, they worked on developing her Hoopa Valley High School’s Water Protectors Club. In high school, she met Melodie George-Moore, a medicine woman and Hoopa language teacher who served as her cultural mentor and educator, alongside her auntie Deborah Mcconnell. Frank currently works for the organization Save California Salmon as its youth coordinator, where her current boss Regina Chichizola has served as another mentor. She joined the organization when she was just 16. “We created a curriculum called ‘Water Advocacy in Native California.’ It’s actually a standardized curriculum that’s being taught in about 30 public schools in California now,” says Frank. In her new role, she’s also worked on producing events such as Hoopa’s Fish Fair, where she will travel to schools and educate youth about the cultural importance of salmon.

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But Frank has been protesting practically her entire life because her people’s water and traditional ways of life have been under threat. Since the Central Valley Project was enacted in the 1930s, 18 dams and reservoirs have been put into place on major rivers—including Hoopa’s Trinity River—to create electricity and transport water to thirsty crops in nearby cities. This has caused a water shortage in their community and made the little that is left drastically decrease in quality. “For the past four or five years, the river has been very unhealthy,” says Frank. “By the end of August, our local news channel flashes all these warnings where we’re not allowed to have our kids or dogs down there, because ingesting that water could kill you.” She sees protecting Hoopa’s main water source as crucial to her people’s survival—and key for the next generations to flourish, too: “We are a piece of the land, and it’s a piece of us; When it’s hurting, we’re hurting.”

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This weekend, Orozco will also be helping organize a Farce of July event in L.A., which helps honor the history of Native people. “It’s an all-nations community concert gathering with speakers, vendors, and mutual aid,” says Orozco. No matter the work they’re doing, Orozco sees the efforts of young people at the core of making communities a better place. “It’s been amazing to see,” says Orozco. “All our worlds are connected in some way.” Danielle Rey Frank understood from a young age that her community’s water flow was important. It’s her culture’s lifeline. “The Trinity River runs through the heart of the Hoopa Indian Reservation, and our home is beautiful—it’s built around the river,” says Frank. She grew up fishing for salmon on the river and doing her Hoopa culture’s boat dance ceremonies, where “we perform our boat dances on top of the river in canoes dressed in regalia,” says Frank. “It’s a world-renewing ceremony. It’s meant to balance the good and the bad in the world.”

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