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Why the No LNG Movement Matters

A video interview with Dakota Case about why the No LNG movement matters.

American Indian Republic interviews Dakota Case, a Puyallup tribal member and activist standing against the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) plant facility by PSE (Puget Sound Energy) located in Tacoma, Washington.

Dakota shares with us the reasons he got involved in the No LNG movement and his current activism efforts. He also discusses the process of his spiritual journey and being amongst his people.

Miguel Douglas is the executive director of American Indian Republic and is an enrolled member of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. He has written extensively on Indian gaming and its effects on American Indian communities, having received a Master's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. He is also a web and software developer and is the lead designer for the creative design studio Bella & Belle.

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