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Black MesaDet finns ca 370 miljoner människor i 70 länder, runtom i världen, som räknas till Ursprungsfolkens skara.

Ursprungsfolken är arvtagare och förvaltare av unika, mycket gamla kulturer, med ett unikt sätt att relatera till varandra och till miljön.

Under en tidsperiod som sträcker sig så långt bak i tiden som det funnits människor på vår planet; Jorden, har de utvecklat sociala, kulturella, andliga , ekonomiska och politiska samhällsformer och levnadssätt, som på ett distinkt sätt skiljer sig ifrån de dominanta samhällsstrukturer som omger dem, idag.

På många platser har Ursprungsfolken lyckats bevara och skydda en stor del av sin ursprungliga kultur och sin unika livsstil i enlighet med vad de kallar Original instruktionerna. Enligt traditionen har de ansvar för det markområde de bebott i många generationer.

Trots kulturella olikheter Ursprungsfolk emellan, ser vi att dessa människor kämpar med mycket liknande problem, oavsett var de lever på vår vackra blå planet.

De saknar fortfarande skyddet för sina Rättigheter som Folk!

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Roberta Blackgoat
Indigenous People

Roberta Blackgoat
In loving memory of Roberta Blackgoat 1917 - 2002




   
Roberta Blackgoat

In the spring, year 2001, we were greatly honored to recieve a visit by Elder, Matriarch and Leader: Roberta Blackgoat of Thin Rock Mesa on Big Mountains sovereign Dineh Nation.

This extrordinary Woman has inspired and impacted lives all over the world, and she does still, even though she passed into the Spirit World in year 2002.

At age 84, she got on an airplane and flew to Sweden, to meet a lot of people, and talk about her Peoples long struggle to survive forced relocation and large scale coalmining of her sacred homeland on Black Mesa AZ. She asked for our help.


 

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Kee Watchman
Indigenous People

IN LOVING MEMORY OF KEE WATCHMAN

 

 




Kee Watchman 1945 - 2005

The first time I saw Kee, was outside the Hard Rock chapter house, on Black Mesa, in northeastern Arizona.
   

Interview Dineh Elder Pauline Whitesinger
Indigenous People










Ancient Ways Abandoned to Fend for Themselves at Big Mountain
 
"Early 21st Century: The Last Days of Traditional Indigenous Life (Was) at Big Mountan

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BLACK MESA - COAL MINE DECISION IMMINENT
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BLACK MESA COAL MINE DECISION IMMINENT 
Navajo-Hopi leaders and members protest in Denver





Denver, CO – A delegation of 35 Navajo and Hopi tribal members, including Hopi Tribal Chairman Ben Nuvamsa, met with the U.S. Office of Surface Mining (OSM) at their Denver headquarters in hopes of delaying OSM's "Record of Decision" until the next Presidential Administration takes office.....
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Dineh celebrates 30 years of resistance
Indigenous People

Traditional Dineh communities celebrates
30 years of resistance against forced relocation and coal mining!



30 years ago, Dineh Matriarch Pauline Whitesinger were among those who initiated the resistance against coal mining, and as you can see, she is still going strong.
The Indigenous Peoples initiative to protect Black Mesa has spread around the world and gained a lot of international support.
Their message is clear: if the authorities and the multinational companies get their way and remove the last traditional american indian from Black Mesa, not only will the world have lost a totally irreplaceable and invaluable old culture who hold much important knowledge that the world desperately need, but the world will also suffer for it.Today their message also spells CLIMATE CHANGE! in huge flashing letters; beacuse the world now starts to awaken to the fact that burning fossil fuels, speeds up the steadily warming process of our planet.
Pauline Whitesinger
For three decades, Whitesinger has kept powerful forces at bay. "I don't know how old I am," she said. "It is like floating down a river. Each year passes by, and it's just another season of winter, and time goes on." But, she added, speaking in Navajo, "I know where I belong. I know if I relocate, I will die of loneliness." All these years, much has happened on Black Mesa. Life is extremely hard for the traditional Peoples, who struggle to preserve their way of life and to stay on the Land, where their ancestors have lived their lives, since time immemorial.

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