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We celebrate the end of this significant part of resource colonialism in Diné Bikeyah. The geopolitics of this entire region were at one point driven by exploitation of coal from Black Mesa by the hands of Peabody Coal. This led to the forced relocation of more than 20,000 Diné from their homelands. While we celebrate

Read our take on the shut down of NGS here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: [caption id="attachment_7063" align="alignright" width="255"] Black Mesa elders & youth blocked the Navajo Nation Council chambers entrance in a protest in December 2018.[/caption] Friday, March 22, 2019   Contacts available for comment:   Nicole Horseherder, Tó Nizhóní Ání, nhorseherder@gmail.com Percy Deal, deal.percy@gmail.com Lori Goodman, Diné CARE, lgoodmand89@gmail.com Marie Gladue, Black Mesa Water Coalition,

Friday, November, 16, 2018, from www.protectthepeaks.org Flagstaff, AZ — Continuing years of ecological destruction, threats to public health, and desecration and assault on Indigenous Peoples’ ways of life, Arizona Snowbowl ski area opened with snow made from millions of gallons of 100% treated sewage today. Police blockaded parts of the San Francisco Peaks, a mountain in

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 OCCUPIED FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Flagstaff police stalked and cited an Indigenous organizer in so-called Flagstaff, Arizona last night for their alleged role in a demonstration that took to the streets the previous month on what is now recognized as "Indigenous Peoples' Day." The cops confronted the organizer at work and threatened that they

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 Report issued by the Ad-hoc Anti-Colonial Agitation Committee of Occupied Flagstaff Photos by Ed Moss & anon   OCCUPIED FLAGSTAFF, AZ -- On Monday night, more than 45 people gathered at “Heritage Square” in occupied so-called “Flagstaff” to rally and call for indigenous liberation on Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Speakers at the rally strongly rejected the

Originally posted at: www.taalahooghan.org Kinłani/Flagstaff, AZ -- An anti-colonial anti-fascist gathering of more than 60 participants was held at Táala Hooghan Infoshop from April 6-8, 2018. This was a powerful weekend for a number of reasons but primarily because it was explicitly organized from an anti-colonial position, not as a posture. Indigenous peoples weren’t just “recognized”