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Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event

Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event

Editor February 7, 2014 0

Protect the Peaks | www.protectthepeaks.org Flagstaff Police Harass Activists as ‘Preventative Maintenance’ Before Dew Downtown Event Free Speech Protest Zone Created at ‘Unsustainable’ Urban Snowboard Event. FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Armed plain-clothed City of Flagstaff cops

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Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Editor October 31, 2013 0

Indigenous Action Media | www.indigenousaction.org On Wednesday, October 30th concerned Diné (Navajos) and other indigenous rights supporters held a protest in Flagstaff, AZ  to expose Peabody’s deliberate process of confiscating Indigenous History. The first

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Arizona’s Energy Politics: What Your Power Bill is Paying For

Arizona’s Energy Politics: What Your Power Bill is Paying For

Kevin Hengehold June 14, 2013 1

A popular argument for net metering is that solar energy provides choice to energy consumers. If you live in a state with vertically integrated utilities (in Arizona, we do), if you don’t like your utility’s energy source,

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Arizona Joins States Fighting for GMO Labeling

Arizona Joins States Fighting for GMO Labeling

Charlie Parke May 28, 2013 8

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Genetically modified ingredients in food have U.S. consumers confused about health and safety.  It is common to see headlines from other countries that require labeling or that

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Cindy Sheehan & Tour de Peace Ride 3000 Miles for Peace & the Environment

Cindy Sheehan & Tour de Peace Ride 3000 Miles for Peace & the Environment

Liisa Wale April 18, 2013 1

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, who made international headlines eight years ago when she camped out in front of former President George W. Bush’s “ranch” to speak out

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News Release: Peaks Defenders Targeted With Federal Charges Coerced into Agreement


News Release: Peaks Defenders Targeted With Federal Charges Coerced into Agreement


Editor March 3, 2013 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org San Francisco Peaks Defenders Targeted with Federal Charges Coerced into Collateral Forfeiture Agreement
 FLAGSTAFF, AZ –Despite wanting to legally fight the charges brought on them by the Coconino County

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Arizona Snowbowl’s 75th Anniversary Greeted By Protest

Arizona Snowbowl’s 75th Anniversary Greeted By Protest

Charlie Parke February 5, 2013 2

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Arizona Snowbowl has been used as a ski area since 1938 and received permission to expand into the resort that stands today in the 1980’s.  Snowbowl has become

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Grand Canyon Uranium-mining Threats Still Loom A Year After Historic Mining Restrictions

Grand Canyon Uranium-mining Threats Still Loom A Year After Historic Mining Restrictions

Editor January 29, 2013 1

NAU Against Uranium | www.nauagainsturanium.wordpress.com GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK— One year after the Obama administration enacted new protections limiting uranium-mine development on 1 million acres around Grand Canyon National Park, pollution and legal threats

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Idle No More: Fighting Back Against Growing Land/Resource Grabs

Idle No More: Fighting Back Against Growing Land/Resource Grabs

Charlie Parke January 12, 2013 3

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org In the 19th century Native American communities were driven to relocate to land undesired by settlers. Then as gold and oil exploration increased they were often

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Arizona Snowbowl Starts Making Fake Snow from Treated Sewage… and it’s Yellow

Arizona Snowbowl Starts Making Fake Snow from Treated Sewage… and it’s Yellow

Editor January 3, 2013 0

Indigenous Action Media | www.indigenousaction.org FLAGSTAFF, AZ (San Francisco Peaks) — After a decade of legal battles and opposition from environmental groups, concerned citizens, and Indigenous Nations, Arizona Snowbowl ski area has started making

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