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TODAY: Censored News Coverage Fundraiser: Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues

Sunday, October 16, 2016 20:27
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Nevada Test Site on Western Shoshone lands; Navajo uranium miners in Four Corners area working unprotected with radioactive ore during U.S. government's Cold War; Supai children and friends at Havasupai Uranium Summit (Photo Brenda Norrell) and Dineh marching against uranium mining in Church Rock, N.M.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Update: Sorry, I was unable to raise travel fund donations to attend the Native American Nuclear Forum, so I will not be able to provide live coverage.

Best, Brenda Norrell
brendanorrell@gmail.com

LAS VEGAS — The Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues begins tonight, Sunday night, with reception. Two day conference of Western Shoshone, Paiute, Navajo, Supai, and more, discussing the U.S. policies of genocide and the nuclear industry. From the Nuclear Test Site and Yucca Mountain on Western Shoshone lands, to the Cold War strewn radioactive tailings on the Navajo Nation, and the ongoing targeting of Navajoland and Native communities, the U.S. government has long wanted to make Indian country a nuclear dump site.
Schedule:
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2016/09/las-vegas-native-american-forum-on.html




Censored News celebrates as we begin our 11th year of publishing. We have no ads, grants or revenues. Reader donations help pay the expenses of our live broadcasts. Thank you for donating and being part of Censored News. brendanorrell@gmail.com

Brenda Norrell has been a news reporter in Indian country for 29 years, serving as a writer for Navajo Times and a stringer for AP and USA Today during the 18 years she lived on the Navajo Nation. After being a longtime staff reporter for Indian Country Today, she was censored and terminated. She then created Censored News, focused on Indigenous Peoples and human rights, now in its fifth year.

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