Thursday, June 29, 2017

New! Beautiful Hademade Rugs for Sale

July 6, 2012 by  
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These beautiful rugs are made by master weavers from Black Mesa. From herding the sheep, to dying the wool, to weaving the rugs, the weavers hand craft their rugs in the traditional Dineh (Navajo) method. Please contact 928-309-9051 with any questions                   Size: 29 1/2 x 48 […]

Caravan November 2010 Transcripts/Notes—translation from Dine by Danny Blackgoat

January 26, 2012 by  
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Caravan November 2010 Transcripts/Notes—translation from Dineh by Danny Blackgoat Katherine Smith “This is a 40-year, ongoing struggle with the empire of the West that allows places to spread out because of the resources here like coal and water.  How do people understand the amount they consume in the desert—the golf courses, the swimming pools—it’s an […]

BMIS Points of Unity

August 20, 2011 by  
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These principles reflect what we believe to be truly important aspects of our work.

EPA RULE CRIPPLES PUBLIC’S RIGHT TO KNOW IF WORST AIR POLLUTERS ARE VIOLATING THE LAW

February 17, 2007 by  
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Approach Prohibits States from Including Adequate Monitoring Requirements in Air Pollution Permits WASHINGTON, D.C.///February 12, 2007///Environmentalists are heading to court today to challenge an Environmental Protection Agency rule that weakens clean air requirements for major industrial polluters. The recently finalized rule enables the nation’s largest polluters to avoid monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements needed to […]

Biological Diversity Press Release

February 6, 2007 by  
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, February 6, 2007 CONTACT: Erik Ryberg, Center for Biological Diversity, (520) 260-4157 Hamlet Paoletti, Natural Resources Defense Council, (310) 434-2300 Wahleah Johns, Black Mesa Water Coalition, (928) 863-1375 Groups Challenge Environmental Analysis of Controversial Black Mesa Mine: Feds Failed to Consider Harmful Impacts to Sacred Springs

Tensions run high at final Black Mesa DEIS hearing

January 16, 2007 by  
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Rebecca Schubert The Observer FLAGSTAFF-Gathering from communities across northern Arizona and beyond people of the many nations including the Hopi, Navajo and U.S. came together to learn and discuss the Office of Surface Mining’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). The public meeting was the final in a series of 12 held by the U.S. Department […]

Big Coal’s Dirty Move

January 12, 2007 by  
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As the world heats up, the coal industry is racing to build more than 150 new power plants before Congress decides to crack down on global warming JEFF GOODELL According to the American Heritage Dictionary, a suicidal act is one that is “dangerous to oneself or to one’s interests; self-destructive or ruinous.” By this standard, […]

Black Mesa EIS meeting one for the record

January 3, 2007 by  
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Black Mesa EIS meeting one for the record By Kathy Helms Dine Bureau Wednesday, January 3, 2007 WINDOW ROCK — To call Tuesday night’s meeting on Peabody Western Coal Co.’s Black Mesa Project a public hearing, “is really inadequate,” Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amos Johnson told federal officials. But that wasn’t the only complaint in […]

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