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Monday, March 5, 2018

San Carlos Apache Water Protector Ranayia Kaye Kitcheyan Rest in Power

San Carlos Water Protector and Land Defender Journeys to Spirit World

Photo by Sandra Rambler

Ranayia Kaye Kitcheyan (holding sign) is pictured with San Carlos Apaches during their run to protect Chi'Chil'Bilda'Goteel (Oak Flat) where mining giant BHP dba Resolution Copper Company is destroying burial sites and holy grounds on ancestral Apache lands in southwest Arizona.  R.I.P. Ranayia Kaye Kitcheyan.

All of us at Censored News send our sincere condolences to our friend and fellow writer and photographer,  Sandra Rambler, San Carlos Apache, Ranayia's mother, and all Ranayia's family members and friends.
-- Brenda Norrell

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