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"In mid-July, a 40-foot solar powered boat named Solar Sal set off from Troy full of artists and environmental activists on a networking mission called the Sea Change Voyage. For 10 days, they shared protesting stories, collaborative artwork and recent investigations on the effects of climate change. Aboard this solar cruise was one Mistah Jayohcee. The Native American hip-hop artist had a slough of adventures in activism already, having spent several months in Oceti Sakowin/Oyate (Standing Rock, North Dakota) protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), taking the movement on the road and landing in Troy. Before heading home for some rest, Jayohcee sat down with The Alt at the Sanctuary for Independent Media to talk about the road that led him to Troy and his fight for environmental justice:"
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