The Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence enters The War Zone in Albuquerque

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Prayer before dinner. Photo by Simon R. Jones

ALBUQUERQUE-“Living in America is like living in the eye of a ‘Monster Drug Storm,”says Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement and leader of the Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence.

On Saturday, the Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence visited God’s Warehouse in Albuquerque, met with drug addicts and people who counsel and aid them. God’s Warehouse provides some much needed assistance in Albuquerque. Aid includes: counseling services, shelter, food and a place to heal. One night,

God’s Warehouse fed 200 homeless, of that 80 percent were native americans, this action exhibits the ‘love’ God’s Warehouse distributes freely. This love helps over turn the challenges that burden the people seeking help.

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Dennis Banks and Pastor Chuck

 

 

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