Onondaga leaders join peaceful Mohawk Demonstration
Onondaga leaders including Tadodaho Sid Hill, Chief Jake Edwards and Faithkeeper Oren Lyons traveled to Akwesasne on May 17 to support their Mohawk brothers and sisters in asserting their rights. Over 400 people engaged in a peaceful march from Massena to Cornwall, Ontario and back, stopping traffic on the bridge for several hours.
The Two Row Wampum was present both as a banner in the content. Plans for marking the 400th anniversary were shared by Oren Lyons with the Mayor of Cornwall who asked to be kept informed of events.