A crowd lays their hands on a totem pole bound for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History during a blessing event Monday evening, Oct. 16 in Vancouver, Washington. The pole is a symbol of tribal resistance to several fossil fuel projects in Washington state.
A crowd lays their hands on a totem pole bound for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History during a blessing event Monday evening, Oct. 16 in Vancouver, Washington. The pole is a symbol of tribal resistance to several fossil fuel projects in Washington state. Andy Matarrese/The Columbian Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A crowd lays their hands on a totem pole bound for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History during a blessing event Monday evening, Oct. 16 in Vancouver, Washington. The pole is a symbol of tribal resistance to several fossil fuel projects in Washington state. Andy Matarrese/The Columbian Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Another Lummi totem goes on tour, this time to highlight environmental threats

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