Bay Native Circle

Bay Native Circle – March 9, 2005

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Hosts Lakota Harden, and Janeen Antoine, interview Anne White Hat from the Sicangu Way of Life Project at Bear Butte, South Dakota. Din’e tribal activists, Klee, Clayson, and Janita Benally of Blackfire, talk about the urgent call to protect San Francisco Peaks in the Northern Arizona mountain range from the waste water dumping proposed by Arizona Snow Bowl Ski Resort. Roberta Grossman from the Katahdin Foundation talks about the upcoming screening of "Homeland:Four Portraits of Native Action"
Music is a Tlingit song from Dog Point Fish Camp in S.E. Alaska, White Hawk Indian Council from Watsonville, Ulali and the Mankillers.

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