Sunday, October 22, 2017

“Big Mountain is Under Siege Again”–Louise Benally on Livestock Impoundments

  “We are asking you to take action. Big Mountain is under siege again because Peabody Coal is losing its income from coal mining, so it is pressuring the tribal government to attack its own people. We’ve been opposed to the mining since 1974 when PL 93-531 was passed.  Now with the coal companies collapsing […]

Letter to the Hopi Tribal Council regarding recent impoundments on Black Mesa and Call Out for Human Rights Observers

January 30, 2012 by  
Filed under Latest Posts, Relocation

Below is the letter of concern we sent to the Hopi Tribal Chairman this morning, January 31, 2012. In light of the impoundments that took place last week and those that could happen this week and beyond, we are putting out a call of support to all persons interested in doing Human Rights Observation and […]

Updated Information: RED ALERT! Black Mesa/Big Mountain livestock impoundments happening now!

January 27, 2012 by  
Filed under Latest Posts, Relocation

Updated Information: RED ALERT! Black Mesa/Big Mountain livestock impoundments happening now! Alert! Take Action Now! In the last two days, livestock impoundment crews have confiscated calves and stolen and immediately sold horses belonging to several Dineh people of Big Mountain/Black Mesa, Arizona. These livestock impoundments constitute human rights violations against traditional Dineh (Navajo); they take […]

Elder Faces Threat

June 2, 2008 by  
Filed under Action Alerts, Relocation

Big Mountain Elder Faces Threat of Charges for Ceremonial Lodge. Elder Served Notice That Rebuilding Ceremonial Lodge is Illegal.
Big Mountain, Black Mesa, AZ, June 2, 2008 – On Wednesday, May 20th, key traditional elder resister to the relocation laws, Pauline Whitesinger, was served a notice to halt “new” construction of an earth lodge commonly known as a hogan, and this notice was served by Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) agency deputized officers, Hopi Tribal Range Technicians. For more information and to send comments and/or demands:
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