- John Willis, b. 1957, American, (RISD MFA 1986, Photography)
Indigenous Women Leading Frontline Action
Pigmented inkjet print
Image: 46.8 x 70.1 cm (18 7/16 x 27 5/8 inches)
Signature / Inscription / Marks
On verso in graphite: Indigenous Women Leading Frontline Action to Fontline Where the Dakota Access Pipeline is Being Buried in the Ground. When the Police Asked them to Turn Around and Leave with their Approximately 200 Supporters, they Agreed to Do So Only If the Police Joined Them in a Prayer for the Water. Once the Police Agreed, Prayed with the Group, and Drank Some Sacred Water, the Water Protectors Peacefully Returned to Camp. On Right: John Willis [copyright] 2016
Gift of Richard S. Press and Jeanne Press
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