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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Photos Sonoran Indigenous Spiritual Guides Reunion

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Oct 27, 2012

Indigenous Peoples of Sonora, Mexico, gathered during the Second Reunion of Spiritual Guides to consult on defending and protecting Mother Earth, water and other natural resources.
Yaqui face the theft of Yaqui water from the Rio Yaqui by Hermosillo. Further, a  dam could lead to forced relocation of Guarijios. The destruction of the forests for carbon has devastated the old growth pines in the land of Los Pimas. O'odham are battling gold mining and mega agricultural projects in the ceremonial community of Quitovac. Comca'ac (Seri) are defending their lands from increasing tourism.
Top photo Ofelia Rivas, O'odham, speaking at the gathering  in O'odham. Photos two and three, Guarijios share traditional song and dance on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 27, 2012.

Censored News coverage of the Reunion of Spiritual Guides in Sonora
and Comca’ac (Seri) reclaiming land

Video interview: O’odham Ofelia Rivas on Comca’ac land, at the sea
Video Espanol/Spanish/ Guarjios battle dam and relocation
Sonora’s Indigenous unite to protect Mother Earth
Photo Comca’ac (Seri) reclaim ancestral land near Kino Bay, Sonora
SPANISH Video interview Guarijios battle dam and relocation in Sonora, Mexico
Photos of today's Indigenous Gathering of Spiritual Guides in Sonora
Yaqui battle theft of Rio Yaqui water
Traditional O'odham leaders support Guarijio fighting dam
Seri honored as Pillars of the World
Alejandro summarizes gathering of Indigenous spiritual leaders

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