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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GRANDMOTHERS AND VETERANS TO JOIN FORCES AT US-MEXICO BORDER TO END INHUMANE TREATMENT OF REFUGEES Veterans from Standing Rock to facilitate and mobilize veterans in support of “granny caravans” traveling to McAllen, Texas, on August 6th for 24 hours of action July 23rd, 2018 – Grannies Respond and Veteran Service Corps announced
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An astounding 47% of the adult population of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation are veterans. It’s an incredible stat that reinforces what those in the military already knew.
“I began to realize I was part of something much larger than I could understand at the time. I said then and I still say now, the story wasn’t ever about “The Veterans” going to Standing Rock; Veterans were already there. Native Americans have the highest rate of Military Service than any other ethnic group
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“Many of us missed the camaraderie we found in the military, but we found it again when we stood together at Standing Rock.”
— Ross McKee, US Army veteran
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Who We Are If you want to learn more about us, you're in the right place. About Us Veteran Service Corps (VSC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit … Read more... about Who We Are