Published March 27, 2017 FORT DUCHESNE, UTAH – After putting in hard day running and walking 45 miles through the Timpanogas Mountains, the Longest Walk 5.2 runners and walkers were greeted by hundreds of members of the Ute Community near Ft. Duschene, including resident Henry Howell. “I just wanted to welcome all of you here […]
Published March 25, 2017 SALT LAKE CITY – The Longest Walk 5.2, on its cross country trip from San Francisco to Washington D.C., stopped at Horizonte High School, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to share their culture and message about the path of freedom from drugs and domestic violence with students. Horizonte is a non-traditional […]
Published March 19, 2017 ELY, NEVADA – was driving along Hwy 50 in Nevada when he spotted flags of all colors and people walking on the side of the highway. Dolfh pulled over to discover the Longest Walk 5.2 on their way to Washington DC from San Francisco. They are walking from Elko, Nevada through […]
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Published March 14, 2017 ELKO, NEVADA – The Longest Walk 5.2 (LW 5.2) against Drugs and Domestic Violence arrived Sunday afternoon at the Elko Colony in northeast Nevada. The group was greeted warmly by members of the Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone, including Elko Band elders and Chairman David Decker. The walkers were thankful for the food, shelter, and the […]
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YOMBA INDIAN RESERVATION – Pomo tribal member and veteran long walker Mark De Anda taught dreamcatcher making and hair stick beading classes for members of the Yomba Shoshone Tribe. In addition to gathering communities for presentation and collecting information about drug abuse and domestic violence, the Longest Walk 5.2 gives back to the communities it visits […]
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Published March 7, 2017 YOMBA INDIAN RESERVATION – The Longest Walk 5.2, which began its cross-country walk from San Francisco last month, made its way to the Yomba Indian Reservation, near Austin, Nevada. Yomba Western Shoshone tribal elders, Darlene Dewey, Randy Brady, Johnnie Bobb and Laura Saunders, a spent the day showing the long walkers and runners […]
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