fix articles 121941, san francisco peaks
This is how we (could) pray (tags)
On Tuesday December 11, 2007, I joined in a community effort to welcome and support a coalition of Native American Nations and environmental justice groups in their ongoing effort to defend Arizona's San Francisco Peaks from proposed ski area development.
A Native American on How Non-Indigenous People Can Stop Colonialization (tags)
The first event in the campaign to save the sacred San Francisco Peaks occurred at Self-Help Graphics on December 8.
March and Vigil to Save the San Francisco Peaks (tags)
The struggle to save the San Francisco Peaks in Arizona from development (which would include recycled sewage for "snow") came to Pasadena on December 11. A march across town preceded the hearing, and a vigil occured outside the courthouse.
SAVE THE PEAKS CALL FOR SUPPORT! - Legal Battle to Protect Sacred Site Comes to Pasadena (tags)
The San Francisco Peaks are a unique mountain ecosystem which are managed as public lands in Northern Arizona. The Peaks are held Holy by more than 13 Indigenous Nations. A small ski area is threatening expansion and attempting to make fake snow from treated sewage effluent filled with harmful contaminants. A coalition of tribes and environmental groups have unified to prevent the environmental destruction, community health hazards and extreme desecration that would be caused by the proposed development. Although the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the ski area plan, the case will be reheard in Pasadena on December 11th, 2007.
Tribes and Environmental Groups Join in Legal Defense of Sacred Mountains (tags)
Tribes and Environmental Groups Join in Legal Defense of Sacred Mountains Save the Peaks Coalition Caravan and Vigil in Pasadena, California
Sacred Sites and Immigrant Rights (tags)
The pro-immigrant and American Indian rights movments combined forces in Flagstaff on March 25 to protest anti-immigrant legislation and the proposal to expand the Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort and use reclaimed water to make snow on the San Francisco Peaks, which is holy to 13 southwest Native American tribes.