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Candace Ducheneaux, Hohwoju Lakota Elder and Activist from the Cheyenne River homelands

Grandmother and long-time activist Candace Duchenaux is dedicated to preserving the Lakota way of life and the environmental integrity of our sacred mother earth. She has been at the frontlines in many battles for justice for the Lakota Oyate and against the destructive human forces threatening humanity and nature.  She will tell us of the efforts of Mni, the grassroots water justice organization that she founded, to restore healthy water cycles to Cheyenne River and to all indigenous people worldwide.




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About Mni

To all children of the earth who desire pure drinking water, a good quality of life and longevity for future generations, we invite you to join Mni in pursuing water justice and sustainability for earth mother and all that draw life from her. Mni in the Lakota language means water. Water is Life.

Water poster photo by Carla Rae Marshall,