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Video: Protect Sogorea Te

On April 15, 2011 an occupation was established to protect sacred site known as Sogorea Te (Glen Cove, near Vallejo, CA).
Website: www.protectglencove.org

Ya’a’teh,
This short video was made during a recent visit to the month-long occupation protecting Sogorea Te, also known as Glen Cove, just outside of the Bay Area in California. There has been work for over 10 years to protect this sacred place. This short video was shot and editing completely on a hand-held device.
Please spread the word and support this powerful struggle.
– Klee Benally

Comments (2)

Aloha,

We too are having problems with desceration of our burials and have been for sometime. Our problems worsened as we connected to our native brothers and sisters. I believe it is important that we stay connected as native peoples and continue to disagree with the anglos and their destruction of sacred grounds. Our problem in Hawaii are our own people. Our people give permission to descecrate their mom’s and dad’s..just thought I would share this. These so called natives are disguised as Hawaiians when they are fully assimulated into the American conditioning.

“For changes being of any true value, they have to be lasting and consistent.” – Tony Robbins

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