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7th Southwest Indigenous Uranium Forum


2009-10-24 - Day Three - Acoma Pueblo, Sky City New Mexico

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2009-10-24-1.mp309:45
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2009-10-24-2-wanonaladuke.mp336:41
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2009-10-24-3-earltulley.mp309:23
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2009-10-24-4-closing.mp342:35
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2009-10-23 - Friday Day Two - Acoma Pueblo, Sky City New Mexico

Leave It In The Ground

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2009-10-23_1.mp319:18
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2009-10-23_2-greening.mp325:02
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2009-10-23_3-louisbennally.mp319:14
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2009-10-23_4-nativeworkplace.mp324:28
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2009-10-23_5-bolivia.mp310:02
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2009-10-23_6-attorneywords.mp325:03
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2009-10-23_7-biologicaldiversity.mp323:46
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2009-10-23_8-ien.mp319:08
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2009-10-23_9-faithgimmel.mp316:49
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2009-10-23_10-charmegnewhiteface.mp316:48
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2009-10-23_11-crispeters7thgenfund.mp312:42
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2009-10-23_12-earltulley.mp323:05
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2009-10-23_13-martinbates.mp318:12
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2009-10-23_14-paduchegilbert.mp310:40
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2009-10-23_15-safeenviromernt.mp312:42
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2009-10-23_16-larrykingchurchrock.mp329:57
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2009-10-23_17-rosemary.mp318:58
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2009-10-23_18-livingthere.mp316:47
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2009-10-23_19-astory.mp305:06
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2009-10-23_20-alicespringsaustralia.mp314:24
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2009-10-23_21-livingbythemine.mp310:24
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2009-10-23_22-thepeople.mp335:45
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2009-10-23_23-louisbennallyfaithgimmel.mp333:23
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2009-10-23_24-normantulleuy.mp314:35
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2009-10-23_25-dodadesertrock.mp308:23
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2009-10-22 - Day One Legacy Mines - Acoma Pueblo, Sky City New Mexico

The mines are still there, The illness associated with the mines and the total disregard for all forms of Life. They still have not cleaned up the mess or taken responsability for the impacts... Leave It In The Ground

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2009-10-22-1-mannypino.mp333:36
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2009-10-22-2-johnredhouse.mp310:42
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2009-10-22-3-toasdrumgroup.mp306:44
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2009-10-22-4-opheliareves.mp318:24
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2009-10-22-5-chieftulley.mp304:37
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2009-10-22-6-nativelanguage.mp322:30
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2009-10-22-7-chieftulley.mp304:02
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2009-10-22-8-hopi.mp313:03
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2009-10-22-9-halcurley.mp303:28
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2009-10-22-10-supaiwaters.mp306:26
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2009-10-22-11-lennyfoster.mp319:44
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2009-10-22-12-barbraaltemus.mp342:04
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2009-10-22-13-normanbrown.mp316:26
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2009-10-22-14-charmaignewhiteface.mp326:07
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2009-10-22-15-normanbrown.mp317:52
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2009-10-22-16-havasupai.mp333:55
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2009-10-22-17-margenebullcreek.mp317:19
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2009-10-22-18-autumchicon.mp306:39
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2009-10-22-20-vikiealex.mp305:32
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2009-10-22-21-japan.mp312:31
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2009-10-22-22-bolivia.mp315:16
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2009-10-22-23-havasupaiwaters.mp310:48
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2009-10-22-24-grandmothers.mp316:57
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2009-10-22-25-lorretabennally.mp305:03
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2009-10-22-26-uraniumminers.mp305:37
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2009-10-22-27-crispeters7thgen.mp308:10
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2009-10-22-28-ecuadar.mp304:41
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2009-10-22-29-attorney.mp309:07
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2009-10-22-30-dineproject.mp340:55
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2009-10-21 - All about Uranium - Sky City hotel & casino I- 40 at Exit 102, Acoma Pueblo, NM

The 7th Indigenous Uranium Forum proposes to focus much needed public attention on the rape of Mount Taylor and to serve as a vehicle to launch a regional inter-tribal campaign to end this madness in the Grants Mineral Belt, Lakota Lands, and elsewhere in Indian Country from the Grand Canyon to White Mesa where deadly and runaway uranium technology threatens the lives of future of our water, land, people, and our winged, four legged and those that crawl relatives. The 7th Southwest Indigenous Uranium Forum we will focus on the recent onslaught of exploratory measures to mine and mill uranium in the Grants Mineral Belt. Due to recent price fluctuations of uranium on the world market and United States energy policy still emphasizing nuclear power as an answer to global warming and climate change, we will inform and educate participants of local, national and international nuclear issues impacting Indigenous peoples. The forum will also prioritize presentations on health issues impacting both mining and non-mining populations living in contaminated communities. We will use the forum as an organizing and network initiative to help us better understand the work Indigenous people are doing to fight nuclear power in their communities and move toward alternative forms of energy such as wind and solar.

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with_a_burning_rage.mp3
Alyra Rose
03:25
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2009-10-23_10-charmegnewhiteface.mp316:48
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2009-10-23_11-crispeters7thgenfund.mp312:42
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2009-10-23_9-faithgimmel.mp316:49
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2009-10-24-2-wanonaladuke.mp336:41
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