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Portfolio: Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod, Photographs by Sarah van Gelder

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Angry Bird Builds a Bridge by Sarah van Gelder

Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod Photographs by Sarah van Gelder I met Angry Bird during my second stay at Oceti Sakowin camp, located near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation in Cannonball, North Dakota. The camp,

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