Doing Door-to-Door Advocacy for Water
A piece about Noela Altvater and her fight for water sovereignty and rights. The 20-year-old, a Passamaquoddy tribal member, advocated for passage of LD 906, a state law granting Passamaquoddy people the right to clean and safe drinking water. She grew up witnessing and experiencing the health issues suffered by tribal members because of using chemically-tainted water. LD 906 led to the drilling of a new, clean well on the tribe's land.
Groening, Casey, "Doing Door-to-Door Advocacy for Water" (2023). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 670.