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Analysis: Indigenous People continue to face obstacles getting to, using sacred sites on public land

PHOENIX – Tourists speeding toward Grand Canyon National Park rarely notice the rocky protuberance that juts above the flat expanse of Arizona's Coconino Plateau.


But to the Havasu 'Baaja, known to the world as the Havasupai Tribe or "People of the Blue-Green Water," the isolated hill forms the center of their lands and spiritual life.


https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/nation/2021/08/17/indigenous-people-legal-barriers-protect-sacred-spaces/8152992002/

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