2013 Sacred Places News Stories

Taking a stand on their sacred land (Star Tribune) 11/29/13

Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes discuss sacred sites (Indianz.com) 11/22/13

Sioux tribe to discuss reopening Black Hills negotiations (Omaha.com) 11/13/13

Wounded Knee negotiations move forward (Indianz.com) 10/3/13

Luj?n offers amendment to protect Native American sacred sites (Congressman Lujan Press Release) 9/26/13

Kiowa Tribe fears losing access to mountain (Tulsa World) 7/31/13

Tribes fear destruction of cultural sites by solar project (Indian Country Today) 7/26/13

Hopis sue over access to religious sites on Navajo (AP) 7/11/13

Black Mesa Navajo human rights and sacred sites: The Black Mesa Archaeological Project (Intercontinental Cry Magazine) 6/26/13

Renewing the sacred and importance of place (Indian Country Today) 5/6/13

Heritage commission backs tribes who say wind project is on sacred site (National Wind Watch) 4/24/13

Opinon: Save Wounded Knee (New York Times) 4/11/13

Interior, NPS establish 13 new national historic landmarks, including significant American Indian sites (Indian Country Today) 3/11/13

California legislator seeks tribal input on sacred sites protection bill (Indian Country Today) 2/19/13

AZ legislators seek to give sacred Apache land to international mining companies (Earth Works) 2/15/13

Landowner asks $3.9M for part of Wounded Knee site (MSN) 2/14/13

California Native American Heritage Commission issues report backing Viejas and Quechan claims of Ocotillo wind site harm to sacred sites (National Wind Watch) 1/23/13

Federal judge hears Quechan tribe's case on Ocotillo wind project harm to sacred sites (National Wind Watch) 1/22/13

The challenge of protecting sacred land (Indian Country Today) 1/16/13

NM pueblo seeks return of ancestral lands (Las Cruces Sun-News) 1/14/13

 

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