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Dooda Desert Rock – New Website & Updated Video


We just set up www.doodadesertrock.com and updated the short 2006 documentary “Making A Stand At Desert Rock.”

On December 12th, 2006 community members in Chaco Rio, New Mexico established a blockade to prevent preliminary work for proposed development of a massive coal-fired power plant. Learn more at www.doodadesertrock.com.

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da best. Keep it going! Thank you

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Hi, I missed your presentation twice once in sacramento,ca then in san fran. I wanted to here more but had to take off. Well I will do my best to gather info. and bring it to Indigenous day at Sac.city college. Our prayers are w/ u. Heather’s Opinion

Hi Elouise: Please put my email in your contacts. You may remember me as the guy who contacted Dennis Banks and his walk in Window Rock at the time in 2008, and made your musical concert known to Banks and later Tashina Banks. I first heard about your effort at the Dine College Conference in Tsali.
I moved back East to Cincinnati, where I was a neighbor and organizer for his Sacred Run, but am now back in Cortez. Please keep me in the loop.

[…] was raging on. Desert Rock was subsequently shut down thanks to community resistance brought on by Doodá Desert Rock. Shirley’s proclamation was a clear demonstration and commitment that the Navajo Nation […]

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7/14/20 - We are shutting down our shop for now (hopefully not too long!) as we have shifted our organizing to focus full time on mutual aid through Kinłani Mutual Aid during this pandemic.
We intend on honoring all orders made recently and those that are seriously overdue. We sincerely apologize for our lack of response to some of your inquiries regarding the status of your orders. If you would rather have a refund please email us with the order number and subject "requesting refund." We hand print all shirts and organize orders at Táala Hooghan Infoshop where Kinłani Mutual Aid is now operating out of. We have limited space to manage printing right now (though that may change in the next few weeks).
Again, we sincerely apologize for this issue and will be sending all outstanding orders ASAP.
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The Indigenous Action Team