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20 Native Portraits by Ryan Red Corn
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The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
Eagle Rises from San Francisco Peaks in Spectacular Solstice Shot
Navajo Northern Arizona University photography professor Sam Minkler snapped this Winter Solstice shot of Doko'oosliid, or Abalone Shell Mountain, what are known in modern times as...
Christmas Wish Lists From Indian Country
Every Indian has hopes and dreams. Sometimes they manifest into wishes...
Anti-Snowbowl Protests Rolling
Suffering a legal setback and failing to get the Obama administration to agree to intervene in the spraying of reclaimed wastewater on the sacred San Francisco Peaks, Indians are s...
Obama Asked to Stop Snowbowl Sacred Site Desecration
WASHINGTON –Bolstered by new support by the United Nations, an Indian human rights group is urging tribal leaders to ask President Barack Obama to suspend the planned spraying of r...
Natives Say Forest Service Broke Rules, Obama Administration Asked to Investigate
In the latest twist to the saga involving the increasingly likely desecration of sites held sacred by some American Indians, a coalition of Indian citizens has filed a last-ditch l...
Sacred Sites—Concern Extends Across Country
Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation president, is apologetic yet determined when it comes to one of the country’s special places, a place he calls “very important.” He is one of the leaders ...
Sacred Sites Policies in Conflict?
The Forest Service has scheduled a meeting to hear Hopi Tribe objections to wastewater-enabled snowmaking for a ski resort on Arizona’s San Francisco Peaks at the same time it has ...
Hopi to Flagstaff: No Wastewater on SF Peaks
The City of Flagstaff's contract to convert 18 million gallons of wastewater into artificial snow for skiing on San Francisco Peaks should be a no-go, the Hopi Tribe told city offi...
San Francisco Peaks on Schedule for Artificial Snow from Wastewater
The clock is ticking for tribes hoping to protect San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, Arizona, as a ski resort prepares to build a supply line for wastewater that will be used to m...
Thanksgiving to Bring Sewage Snow to San Francisco Peaks
The legal fights are lost , the sanctioned attorney has been de-sanctioned , and the wastewater is set to flow...
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