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Breaking News: Tree-Sit Halts Pipeline Construction

3:15 PM – ALERT: 5 Fire Dept. people at tree-sit. One Fire Dept. tactical climber on site. Ground support asked them not to touch James’ lifeline but they ignored that warning! SUPPORT & WITNESSES NEEDED! Call the City of Flagstaff & urge them not to further threaten James’ life! PHONE: (928) 779-7600. 1:00 PM –

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Teach-in for the San Francisco Peaks – STATEMENT & PHOTOS

Thank you to everyone who attended the Teach-in for the San Francisco Peaks. Here are some pictures from the event. The welcoming statement for the teach-in: Welcome to the Teach-in for the San Francisco Peaks The primary goal of this teach-in is to provide meaningful discussion, educational, and action-based opportunities to protect the San Francisco

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Flagstaff Community Members: ‘No Wastewater on the Peaks’

Protester Locks Down City of Flagstaff Rio de Flag Waste-water Reclamation Plant FLAGSTAFF, AZ — At approximately 10:30 am one protestor locked themselves to the Rio de Flag Wastewater Reclamation Plant. A march leaving from near-by coincided with the lock-down and dozens of people converged on the site to demand that the city of flagstaff and

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Please Support the Teach-in for Protection of the Peaks!

Please Support the Teach-in for Protection of the Peaks! ProtectthePeaks.org is dedicated to protecting the San Francisco Peaks from destruction and desecration at the hands of Arizona Snowbowl. On August 18 th, we will be holding a Teach-in at the Native American Cultural Center at NAU to raise awareness in the community of the plight

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Support Protect the Peaks! Donate for Stickers!

Indigenous Action Media has designed these stickers. Please help us pay for printing costs! Donate here: www.indigenousaction.org/donate-to-support-protect-the-peaks-efforts-help-us-get-stickers-made/ and we’ll send you some stickers and an outreach package.

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Speak out against the Arizona Snowbowl pipeline! What are YOUR concerns?

Greetings, Protect The Peaks volunteers are gathering testimonies to compile into a petition against the implementation of the reclaimed wastewater pipeline to make artificial snow this winter. We are gathering a wide variety of testimonies about the negative impacts of the pipeline on affected communities and the environment to address the issue more completely. So, as a

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Media Advisory: Teach-in to be Held for Protection of San Francisco Peaks

Media Advisory July 31, 2012 CONTACT: Klee Benally indigenousaction@gmail.com www.ProtectThePeaks.org Teach-in to be Held for Protection of San Francisco Peaks FLAGSTAFF, AZ — A teach-in to address protection of the San Francisco Peaks will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2012 at the Native American Cultural Center on Northern Arizona University’s campus. The teach-in will

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San Francisco Peaks Teach-in: Healthy Communities are a Human Right!

Healthy Communities are a Human Right! Teach-in for Protection of the San Francisco Peaks Panels, workshops, and small group sessions addressing: Sacred Sites, Environmental Justice, Legal Cases, Water Issues, Legislative Action, Civil Disobedience, & more. Join community & student activists to learn about the environmental & social justice struggle to protect the sacred San Francisco

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Forest Service Threatens Legal Implications and Assault of Sacred Fire at Sacred/Holy Peaks Ceremony

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 6, 2012 CONTACT: Brett Ramey Phone: (928) 310-8059 Email: brett@liverealnow.org Forest Service Threatens Legal Implications and Assault of Sacred Fire at Sacred/Holy Peaks Ceremony *Indigenous Elders and Medicine Peoples Council Statement attached. FLAGSTAFF, AZ — U.S. Forest Service officials have threatened Indigenous spiritual leaders, medicine people, and elders with legal

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Hunger Strike for the Peaks Ends After 19 Days

From: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hunger-Strike-for-the-San-Francisco-Peaks/325572700852597 Hello everyone, After much deliberation, we have decided to end our hunger strike. We feel we have gone on as long as we can without hurting ourselves. We remain deeply grateful to all those who took the time to tell the Forest Service and City of Flagstaff officials that this issue continues to

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