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Replica of Standing Rock sculpture erected during DAPL protests is relocating to Minnesota

A replica of an 18-foot tall sculpture, called "Not Afraid to Look,'' is making a 1,250-mile journey from the Santa Fe, New Mexico area to its new home at the Giiwedinong Treaty Rights & Culture Museum in Park Rapids.

The installation of the sculpture at the museum, located downtown at the intersection of 101 2nd Street W. and U.S. Hwy. 71, is planned for May 16-17.

The original sculpture was inspired by an effigy pipe originally carved and used at the end of the 17th century. It was erected at Sacred Stone Camp in Standing Rock during Dakota Access Pipeline protests.


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