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PRESS RELEASE – Navajo communities say they deserve immunity from toxic pollution

Diné citizens call for respect of Diné Fundamental Law and accountability on economics of coal operations, as they ask the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear case on coal mine expansion and power plant extension operations Burnham, NM. September. 13, 2019 – The longtime Navajo organization, Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment, is joining […]

Navajo Generating Station buyers lose interest

Upon Middle River Power Announcement, Navajo Community Calls to Redouble Efforts to Transition to Renewable Energy As Middle River Power backs away from efforts to purchase Navajo Generating Station, local Navajo community leaders issued the following statement reacting to the news: “Based on economics alone, this plant was never going to make it past 2019. […]

Protest against Navajo government’s NGS purchase

PRESS RELEASE – Navajo community members gather outside Navajo Council summer session to protest negotiations with Wall Street “vulture capitalists” on NGS WHAT: As the Navajo Nation Tribal Council convenes for its summer legislative session, members of the Navajo advocacy group Diné CARE and others will gather outside council chambers in Window Rock to voice […]

Fracking workshiop at Dine’ CARE 30th anniversay

WHAT IS FRACKING AND DOES IT BENEFIT OUR COMMUNITIES? Panel at 30th anniversary of Dine’ CARE at Dilcon, NM, SW Fairgrounds SAM SAGE, TRI-CHAPTER ADVOCATE  in 2003, started working with Dine CARE and they were working on what Navajo reservation would look like in next five years. Like white sheet and sprinkles of black pepper […]

Water Rights Panel at Dine’ CARE 30th anniversary

Here at Dine’ CARE 30th anniversary Celebration at Dilcon, Az., SW Fairgrounds. Navajo Nation Supreme Court Chief Justice Emeritus Herb Yazzie presented an awesome history and analysis of the 1868 Treaty, which I’ll post as soon as I can. Right now there is a panel on Water Rights and former Navajo Nation Council Delegate and […]

Legal challenges filed against U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over Navajo Generating Station

The Hopi Tribe, Navajo grass-roots organizations, and clean air and national park advocates filed legal challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection’s decision to allow Navajo Generating Station to “continue polluting for the next three decades.” That according to Oct. 7, 2014 press releases from Black Mesa Water Coalition of Flagstaff, Ariz., To’Nizhoni Ani (Beautiful Water […]

Peabody Coal mandated to RESPECT Mother Earth

GREETINGS RELATIVES/FRENS/HUMANS, A LANDMARK AGREEMENT FOR REESPECT FOR MOTHER EARTH AND THE NAVAJO WAY OF LIFE WAS MADE BETWEEN NAVAJO GRASSROOTS GROUPS AND FEDERAL COAL MINING ENTITES!!!! MAY PEACE PREVAIL ON MOTHER EARTH!!!! “Native and environmental groups win critical protections for Black Mesa land. Federal mine regulators now under mandate to give greater consideration to […]

Blog Talk Radio: Politics on the Navajo Nation

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I just wanted to share my weekly news update that I presented on tonight’s Politics on the Navajo Nation, which is a weekly blog talk radio show produced by my good fren, Cal Nez, who is also a small business owner. Cal Nez Design is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cal’s blog […]

Navajo Council DISCRIMINATES against Independent Media

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I’ve run into a bump on the road, folks and so I’m not sure how long I’ll be blogging, taking photos, and video taping. I came into the Navajo Council chambers this morning to blog about the Council work session on Delegate LoRenzo Bates’ Legislation 0367-13, which relates to the tribal government take […]

Dine’ CARE press conference, Noon, Dec. 23

Dine’ Citizens Against Ruining the Environment is having a press conference today, Dec. 23, 2013, at noon in front of the Navajo Nation Council chamber in Window Rock, Ariz. -WHAT: PRESS Conference on BHP Navajo Mine acquisition -WHEN: Monday, December 23, 2013 at 12:00pm -WHERE: Navajo Nation Council Chambers, Window Rock, AZ -WHO: Diné C.A.R.E. […]