August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Monday, March 18, 2019

Taos Water Guardian shares risk to aquifers after four days atop drilling rig

Buck Johnston shares why he strapped himself atop a drilling rig near Taos. The aquifers, local wells, rivers and all life are at risk.
Buck was arrested Sunday when he descended. Buck smoked the Sacred Pipe in handcuffs after spending four days and nights atop the drilling rig in the cold.
Buck was released from jail on Monday.
Watch Buck's video update:

Bears Ears runners run with Longest Walk in Utah, photos by Bad Bear 2019

Photos by Western Shoshone Longwalker Carl Bad Bear Sampson.
Bad Bear said of the walkers and runners, "We did 40 miles today."
Longest Walk 2019 was in Scipio, Utah on Sunday, headed for Grand Junction and Pueblo, Colorado

.Below: Runners from the Bears Ears Prayer Run

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