Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Save Apache Land




"ABOUT an hour east of Phoenix, near a mining town called Superior, men, women and children of the San Carlos Apache tribe have been camped out at a place called Oak Flat for more than three months, protesting the latest assault on their culture". The New York Times.

Maëlle Doliveux

"... in December 2014, Congress promised to hand the title for Oak Flat over to a private, Australian-British mining concern... By doing this, Congress has handed over a sacred Native American site to a foreign-owned company for what may be the first time in our nation’s history". The New York Times.


Two girls take part in the San Carlos Apache Tribe’s sunrise ceremony at Oak Flat near Superior, a site that is threatened by a planned mine. Courtesy of the San Carlos Apache Tribe


Read more here, here and here.
You can also sign the petition here.