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By Indigenous Action Media
|Photo by Nadine Narindrankura|
WINDOW ROCK, Diné Bikeyah — On October 30, 2014 dozens of Diné Black Mesa residents and Read more at Indigenous Action Media
supporters protested recent paramilitary style assaults by Bureau of Indian Affairs agents and Hopi Rangers. The raids, which have included agents armed with assault rifles, a helicopter, and two drones, have resulted in 3 arrests and theft of more than 300 sheep. Black Mesa residents met with the Navajo Hopi Land Commission (NHLC) and outgoing Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly to demand an immediate halt to the terrorizing of their community.
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