Apache Leaders Guard Sacred from McCain's Copper Mining

Photo courtesy Sandra Rambler
By Sandra Rambler, San Carlos Apache
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On March 18, San Carlos Apache Tribal Vice-Chairman Tao Etpison and Peridot District Councilman Wendsler Nosie, Sr., stand guard at Gaan Canyon at one of the most sacred and holy dwelling places of the Apache Mountain Spirit Dancers while tribal members are joined by Indigenous Peoples in occupying Chi'Chil'Bilda'Goteel (Oak Flat) in southeast Arizona, where opposition continues against Resolution Copper Mine/BHP/Rio Tinto building a $64.1 billion on sacred and holy ancestral Apache homeland.


Thanks, Sandra Rambler

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