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Red Warrior Camp has left the Lands and Waters of Oceti Sakowin. Grassroots leaders LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard, and Chase Iron Eyes from Standing Rock have also spoken and have made it abundantly clear that they want those equipped for the harsh

By Klee Benally | @eelk Grand Canyon, AZ — On October 13, 2016, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ)  issued three controversial air quality permits for uranium mines near the Grand Canyon. The uranium mining will desecrate sacred sites and further

Las Vegas, NV — Indigenous rights and environmental advocates from throughout the US condemned nuclear colonialism on what is recognized as “Columbus Day” Monday, October 10, 2016. Native Community Action Council held a press conference in front of the Thomas

By Amanda Blackhorse, @blackhorse_a Traduction française The past three weeks have been a pivotal time in the fight to protect mother earth and sacred sites. As many people gather in Standing Rock to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, there is similar struggle

Power Lines Film Premiere! Saturday, May 21, 2016 7:30pm - $11 Orpheum Theatre 15 W Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001 With Q&A, Panel Discussion, Poetry and Music! Tickets available at: Facebook Event: More info & trailer:

Flagstaff, AZ -- More than 100 community members rallied outside Flagstaff City Hall then filled the council chambers to support a proposal for Indigenous Peoples’ Day. After hearing strong testimony regarding injustices Indigenous community members face, city council members discussed

(Video published with permission. Credit: Marley Shebala) Window Rock, AZ -- On August 14, 2015 dozens of Diné (Navajo) took action to resist U.S. Senator John McCain's attempts to steal precious water and desecrate sacred lands. McCain had private meetings scheduled

[caption id="attachment_1873" align="alignright" width="300"] Protect the Peaks protest at Flagstaff City Hall. Photo: Hillary Abe[/caption] JUNE 19-24 SET FOR 2015 NATIONAL SACRED PLACES PRAYER DAYS Editor's note: Indigenous Action Media also recognizes the critical struggles to save the Grand Canyon Confluence and

From Hey folks, We really really need to raise $5,000 by the end of the year! (the sooner the better) We’ve had a slow year of contributions and we are in a bit of a pickle. As a thank you

[caption id="attachment_1842" align="alignright" width="197"] Photo by Roland Begay[/caption] Window Rock, Diné Bikeyah -- On October 30, 2014 dozens of Diné Black Mesa residents and supporters protested recent paramilitary style assaults by Bureau of Indian Affairs agents and Hopi Rangers. The raids,

UPDATE: Due to public concern the Navajo-Hopi Land Commission Office (NHLCO) issued a statement on Oct 24, 2014: "To avoid creating a situation that will harm both tribes and the HPL residents, (NHLCO) requests that the Hopi Tribe cease and

For Immediate Release  August 19, 2013  Klamath River Tribes Confront Feds for Water Releases To Prevent Fish Kill Sacramento, California – Hundreds of Tribal members and supporters from the Trinity and Klamath Rivers converged at the Bureau of Reclamation in Sacramento today.

Waste Water from Mari Cleven on Vimeo.   For Immediate Release August 9, 2014 Contact: Klee Benally Flagstaff Commits 3.6 Billion Gallons of Treated Sewage for Snowmaking on Sacred Mountain City of Administrator Shuts Public Out of Controversial Decision FLAGSTAFF, AZ — City of Flagstaff Utility

FLAGSTAFF, AZ — DinĂ© activist, musician, and filmmaker Klee Benally hasn’t been known to pull punches when it comes to political issues, his latest feature film project “Power Lines” promises to keep up the fight. "The impacts of forced relocation at

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Leona Morgan, DinĂ© NO NUKES Jonathan Perry, ENDAUM NAVAJO GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS TO ADVOCATE FOR CLEAN UP Navajo Nation Council Rescinds Mining Legislation WINDOW ROCK, AZ—Concerned DinĂ© Citizens, a coalition of Navajo grassroots organizations and residents opposed to uranium mining, applaud

Outta Your Backpack Media (OYBM) & Taala Hooghan Infoshop are sending you end of the year greetings and a plea for support to help Silei Community Empowerment Project (SCEP) complete down-payment for the community center we now call home. In 2012,