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Stop Navajo Nation from Buying BHP Billiton Navajo Mine
Right now, the Navajo Nation President BenShelley, Council Delegate Lorenzo Bates and Speaker Naize are Pursuing to buy BHP Billiton Navajo Mine by July,1 2013.

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NoKXL!!! Great Links and Resources to Help Fight Against Tar Sands

Please distribute these resources and links widely. These links are all focused on the many concerns, actions, and impacts Native and First Nations have been raising in the push against tar sands and the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Medicine For the People, This Saturday. Honor The Earth will be there!

ManiFest 420: Music, Performance Art, Activism, Live Painting, Massage & Healing

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This Earth Day, Let's be on Mother Earth's Side

This Earth Day, let's quit being extremists.

That's what the U.S. economy relies on right now, and that's how the huge mineral and fossil fuel companies are making their money: extremism.

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Supreme Court Declines to Hear Alaskan Village Climate Case

By Jonathan Crawford

The U.S. Supreme Court indicated May 20 it will not reconsider a federal appeals court's rejection of a lawsuit by Alaskan natives against a group of energy producers for the harm allegedly caused by the companies' contribution to global warming.

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Pipelines are not a Panacea

Just because you say something at a federal hearing doesn’t mean it’s accurate. A couple of weeks ago, North Dakota Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms told Congress that the Keystone pipeline would save North Dakota lives. “The Keystone XL pipeline could mean three to six fewer traffic deaths per year in North Dakota as a result of reduced truck traffic, the state’s top oil and gas regulator says,” The Forum reported.

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Unsettling American- A Great Website and Resource

Unsettling America is an emerging decentralized network of autonomous groups and individuals dedicated to mental and territorial decolonization throughout Turtle Island and the “Americas.”

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Australian uranium discovery threatens ancient indigenous cave art

One of the world's biggest uranium producers has found a significant deposit in a remote tropical Australian mountain range near sandstone galleries holding some of the oldest and most spectacular rock art on the planet.

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The Pipeline for the One Percent

President Obama’s pause on the Keystone Pipeline is a victory for the environment, for sure. It is also a victory for the American people. As it turns out, once the advertising, and lobbying dollars are kept in check, the Keystone pipeline appears as it should: as a sham, a money making scheme for oil and pipeline companies, not the Good Fairy for the American economy.

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You can't just push problems over the cliff

She and her brothers herded sheep in the Red Lake valley between Navajo, N.M., and Fort Defiance. She was very young then in the fields and hills. The faithful dogs helped them herd the sheep, chasing vehicles when they were near roads.

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