Please join us as we screen “Into America: The Ancestor’s Land” at Yale University tomorrow evening from 7-9pm. Details are on the Facebook link provided and we hope to see you there!
This is a fantastic editorial piece out of the Deseret News from Robert Bennett, a former US Senator from Utah, about the need to leave federal lands alone in which “the original owners were Utes and Navajos”. Notice it was published a few days ago, but the words and brief history he gives from an experienced perspective are valuable to the general public but also those of us who are attempting to retain our rightful claim to our lands, culture, history, and traditional sacred places that need protecting in the face of governmental, capitalist ventures, and natural resource exploitation. It is nice to see a reasoned and logical argument from another perspective than our own; we need allies to help us secure our traditional lands and keep them from being desecrated or otherwise wrongfully appropriated.
This is a fantastic source of news and information about the latest and greatest on the internet with the events and news of the Navajo Nation. Of course, not all the news makes the online edition alternate sources are good for local and regional news. For instance, “Into America: The Ancestor’s Land” made The Navajo Times but only in the printed edition of last week’s paper. Regardless, this is a widely recognized fixture of Navajo life reporting the news around the nation to any place of business that will distribute it. Be sure to stay current on news, land issues, politics, and possible film showings through the online link. Thank you!
- Dine’ question why Navajo Times is hiding truth about roundups for slaughter (bsnorrell.blogspot.com)
- BHP Billiton And Navajo Transitional Energy Company Sign Agreements For Navajo Mine Purchase (albanytribune.com)
- Shelly suspends feral horse roundups – Navajo Times (hippies4horses.wordpress.com)