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Dispatch From Natives at the Border Wall

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“When they blast into that soil, it feels like they’re tearing out my chest,” said Jamie LaBreak, a member of the Sycuan band of the Kumeyaay Nation. The afternoon of August 15, he stood before a circle of protesters gathered in the parking lot of a shuttered casino on Southern California’s La Posta Reservation. Sage smoke filled the hot, dry air. “Now let’s carry ourselves with dignity today,” he finished, as two dozen some members of SHIELD (Saving Homelands of the Indigenous and Ending Land Desecration) loaded up into a convoy of pickup trucks. The group drove south, cutting across unceded Kumeyaay land outside San Diego, en route to the US-Mexico border.


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