1704 N. 2nd St. Occupied Lands, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Photos & Video from Peabody, NGS, & Bureau of Reclamation Meeting


Read the previously issued news release here: http://www.indigenousaction.org/news-advisory-protest-planned-to-stop-further-desecration-of-burial-sites-on-black-mesa/

Grassroots voices were initially excluded until an email announcement was sent from the Museum of Northern Arizona (not by Bureau of Reclamation) at 5pm the evening before the meeting. Residents from Black Mesa & other concerned community members voiced concerns about the process and threats of further desecration of burial & sacred sites by Peabody Energy’s Kayenta Mine expansion.

Bureau of Reclamation representatives answer questions




Central Arizona Project was discussed in relation to water rights and the future of Navajo Generating Station & Peabody Coal
Hopi grassroots listen to Bureau of Reclamation representatives
Hopi & Diné grassroots from Black Mesa share concerns regarding Peabody expansion and NGS operations
Lyncia Begay hold signs protesting desecration of burial sites by Peabody Coal on Black Mesa
Protesters address Peabody & NGS desecration of burial sites on Black Mesa
Peabody representatives listen to grassroots concerns


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