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Winnemem Fear Forest Service Harrassment During Sacred Ceremony
Less than two weeks away from the Coming of Age Ceremony (Bałas Chonas) for a 16-year-old Winnemem Wintu teenager, U.S...
Citations Against Winnemem Wintu Chief Dismissed
Federal court officials decided Monday, October 15 to dismiss the citations issued to Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu Tribe chief and spiritual leader, for the tribe’s use of a motorbo...
Winnemem Wintu Chief Receives Court Date for Ceremony Citations; Faces Up to a Year in Prison if Proven Guilty
For months, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe campaigned to pressure the U.S...
Winnemem Wintu Tribe Wrestles With Bureaucracy to Perform Sacred Ritual
Following many protests and support from grassroots activists to protect the privacy of their Coming of Age ceremony , the Winnemem Wintu Tribe was allowed to hold its ceremony alo...
Sacred Sites Listening Sessions Scheduled
Sacred Sites Along the McCloud River Endangered, Winnemem Wintu Fight For Coming of Age Ceremony Privacy
At the old Winnemem Wintu village of Kaibai, which lines the emerald waters of the McCloud River Arm of Shasta Lake in Northern California, a trio of sacred sites cast a “mist” of ...
Video: Winnemem Wintu’s War Dance
For four days in May the Winnemem Wintu Tribe held a War Dance along the shores of the McCloud River in Northern California...
Grassroots River Closure, Coordinated Boater Harassment Highlight Winnemem Wintu’s War Dance
Spangled with duct-tape lettering and weighed down by milk jugs filled with water, the banner reading “River Closed” was strung across the McCloud River on May 26 far higher than a...
Winnemem Wintu Prepare War Dance
The Winnemem Wintu Tribe, who has struggled with the U.S...
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