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Martin Aranaydo, inset, spent nearly 40 hours dangling from the St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon. Photos by Portland Rising Tide and Martin Aranaydo
A citizen of the Muscogee Nation was among 13 activists who risked their lives to protest energy development in the Arctic Ocean.
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