Monday, March 9, 2009

Listen: Defending Native Sacred Places in California and Western Shoshone Territory

by Brenda Norrell
Censored News

SAN FRANCISCO -- Listen online to Native American speakers at the "Indigenous Peoples Struggles to Defend Sacred Places," held Saturday in San Francisco.
Speaking on the ongoing struggles to defend sacred places in the audio, "Indigenous Defenders Sacred Places," are: Ann Marie Sayers, Ohlone, with Morning Star Gali, Radley Davis and Mark LeBeau, Pit River. Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone, with Julie Bill of the Western Shoshone Defense Project, speak on the efforts to halt Barrick Gold from destroying sacred Mount Tenabo. The seminar was presented by the International Indian Treaty Council. Audio production by Govinda Dalton at Earthcycles.
Listen to "Indigenous Defenders Sacred Places," 90-minute show at:

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