Navajo Kendra Pinto Testifies Before Congress
Diné, Kendra Pinto, before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. She explains why the Methane Rule is necessary for health, clean air, land, and water. To read her complete written testimony see: http://bit.ly/2sGv5iT
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Stop the Sale of Public Lands Protect Native Lives #FrackOffChaco
In northern New Mexico oil and gas extraction, predominantly fracking, has taken over 91% of the public lands. People's lives, land, and human rights are at stake. Here from area residents who are directly impacted by BLM land lease sales.
Navajo Activist Louise Benally Warns Against Fracking
In this video, Louise Benally explains to her friends and relatives why fracking development is so dangerous.
Fracking Threatens Chaco Canyon's Sacred American Heritage
This video was made in response to the Bureau of Land Management's announcement to facilitate the leasing of 6.2 million acres of the Chaco region of New Mexico to oil companies for fracking and horizontal drilling. Chaco was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and is considered one of the most important ancient sites of the Americas. www.chacomysterycontinues.com
Poverty in Eastern Navajo Agency
Statement on abject poverty in Eastern Navajo Agency, made by former NN Assistant AG of DOJ Natural Resources at a presentation at UN Law School in April 2015.
Durango Attorney, Travis Still, Questions Hearing Process
Travis Still, Durango Public Interest and Environmental Attorney, questions the Public Hearing process.
Socioeconomics and environmental justice covered in Draft FCPP/Navajo Mine EIS
This video is about Socioeconomics and environmental justice covered in the Draft FCPP/Navajo Mine EIS
Additional Video and Photos:BLM Scoping Meetings
Indigenous Youth Run 2017
Fracking Sites Drone Videos
Tribal Delegates Meet With BLM
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