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Episode 6: We Are the Water

Patagonia and Pop-Up Magazine Productions present a series about knowledge.

From left to right, Charlene Aleck, Kayah George and Deborah Parker take their rightful place at the bow of a canoe. They each wear a traditional, handwoven cedar-bark hat, a mark of pride in their cultural identity as well as their reputation as formidable paddlers.
Danielle Khan Da Silva
2022 / 8 Min

Photographer Danielle Khan Da Silva captures three generations of women as they fight against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion that threatens the Salish Sea, the Southern Resident orcas and the livelihoods of the Coast Salish people.

Hear more about the women fighting the Trans Mountain Pipeline in Patagonia Stories Ep 1.


See more from the Working Knowledge story series.

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