“It’s one thing to protest about it, to talk about it, but now we got to be about it,” Cody Two Bears said in an interview with Winona LaDuke. The solar farm was connected to the grid in February, and went live in August, powering the Cannon Ball Youth Center and the Veterans Memorial Building, where thousands of veterans who came out to support the pipeline opponents stayed in 2016. https://truthout.org/articles/amid-blackout-a-california-tribal-village-kept-lights-on-with-solar-energy/

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