Sunday, February 25, 2018

Ward Valley Spiritual Gathering Photos by Ian Zabarte, Western Shoshone

Photos by Ian Zabarte, Western Shoshone

20th Annual Ward Valley 'Ground Zerio' Spiritual Gathering
Photos by Ian Zabarte, Western Shoshone


"Today, off Water Road 20 miles from the Colorado River, one hundred people gathered, most were tribal members of the Lower Colorado River Tribes, to renew their inter-generational commitment to protect and defend Ward Valley from becoming a nuclear waste dump," said Mr. Ian Zabarte 





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Ward Valley Triumphant -- 20 Years Later in 2018 -- by Ofelia Rivas, O'odham

Ofelia Rivas, O'odham, and Earl Tulley, Dineh, at Ward Valley today.


Photos by Ofelia Rivas, O'odham
20th Ward Valley Spiritual Gathering
'Ground Zero' Victory Celebration
Celebrating the Occupation that halted a nuclear dump here 20 years ago.
Today, Feb. 24, 2018

Radio interview with Earl Tulley by Govinda at Spirit Resistance Radio.

Spirit Resistance Radio -- Govinda Dalton's interview with Earl Tulley, Dineh, as Earl was on his way to the gathering at the Ward Valley Victory Celebration to support the Mojave and their occupation 20 years ago. Earl and Govinda discuss the defense of Ward Valley from the nuclear dump, which was led by the traditional wisdom keepers.
Earl describes the resources coming into the Navajo Nation, and encourages a return to root cellars and dry storage of foods.
Earl said there's a difference between an environmentalist and an activist. Earl said an environmentalist basically writes a proposal, and when it gets funded, those people become employees. On the other hand, the activists "go on their own dime and put their lives on the line."
Sharing the news of Dine' Citizens Against Ruining our Environment, Earl said their youths have grown up in the movement, and are now adults. 
Dine' CARE celebrates its 30 year anniversary on the Navajo Nation in June.
Listen to Earl on Spirit Resistance Radio:

Listen! Spirit Resistance Radio and Crow Voices are Live!


Listen! Spirit Resistance Radio and Crow Voices Radio are Live!

Listen Live! Govinda of Spirit Resistance Radio is broadcasting live at Crow Voices, at Center Pole in Montana. They have their new FM radio station broadcasting locally across the Crow Nation, and you can listen around the Earth online live!

Govinda is at the station and will be doing live interviews of the actions and gatherings.
Today's program includes The Last Oil, 26 incredible Natives, professors, activists and scientists, now at Albuquerque UNM. The symposium continues through Friday night, and video archives are online.
Radio call in number is 406-638-2820
Listen live:
Spirit Resistance Radio
http://spiresradio.com/listen/

http://142.4.217.133:9827/standingrock1

also at:
Crow Voices Radio
https://www.crowvoices.com

Hopi Farmers Market Roundtable Discussion


We're hosting a series of Hopi Farmers Market Roundtable Discussions at Hopi Farmers Market on Monday, Feb. 26, 6 to 8 pm, and at the Hopi Wellness Center, on Sunday, March 11, 9 am to 12 pm. We're inviting Farmers, Growers, and local food producers to join us and share your insights! Help us spread the word by sharing with others!