Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

September 7, 2019

Tohono O'odham and Arizona Residents Oppose Border Wall, Spy Towers and Prosecutions

Photos by Ofelia Rivas

Tohono O'odham and Arizona residents continued protests today on the
Arizona border, where plants, animals and O'odham culture are in peril.
They are standing against the prosecution of humanitarian aid volunteers, and the U.S. Israeli spy towers (integrated fixed towers) now targeting the Tohono O'odham Nation. They stand in opposition to the border wall construction now devastating endangered species, depleting precious water and desecrating sacred Native cultural places.

By Ofelia Rivas, Tohono O'odham
Censored News

AJO, Arizona -- In 101-degree summer weather the united group of locals continues to hold their signs and hand out information on the recent Scott Warren case, the IFTs and the WALL impacting legally protected plants and animals and the O'odham culture and all humans."

Southwest Valley trucks in Ajo, the company pofiteering from destruction

Copyright Ofelia Rivas 

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