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Trump administration rushes EIS to ease transfer of Native sacred site to mining company

Since January, San Carlos Apache tribal member Wendsler Nosie Sr has been sleeping in a teepee at a campground in south-eastern Arizona’s Oak Flat, a sprawling high desert oasis filled with groves of ancient oaks and towering rock spires.


It is a protest in defense of “holy ground” where the Apache have prayed and performed ceremonies for centuries.


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/24/trump-mining-arizona-holy-land-oak-flat-tribes

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