Author : Niria Garcia

Written on Nov, 29, 2018 by in

  Kettleman City Title VI Civil Rights Complaint   Kettleman City Title VI Civil Rights Settlement   Kettleman City Title VI Civil Rights Settlement Press Release   DTSC Civil Rights Policy   DTSC Language Access Policy   State Water Board HRTW Resolution   State Water Board Tribal, Cultural, Subsistence Fishing Beneficial Use Resolutions 2016    State Water Board Tribal, Cultural, …

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Written on Nov, 28, 2018 by in

WATCH Video of Plea for Help from Wailaki Tribal Chairman March 8th, 2018: LAYTONVILLE, CA Toxic Contamination Poisons Wailaki Tribe & Cahto Tribal Members of Laytonville Rancheria in Mendocino County, California. Greenaction has responded to the Tribe’s request for support. See this short video below of Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe, as he calls for support in their fight …

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Written on Oct, 18, 2018 by in

Why a Farmworker’s Daughter Interrupted Governor Brown at the Global Climate Action SummitI marched with 30,000 others at the Rise for Climate, Jobs & Justice march in San Francisco on Sept 8, 2018 Three weeks ago I was one of 8 youth who stood up to interrupt Governor Jerry Brown during his closing remarks at his Global Climate Action Summit. I …

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Written on Oct, 15, 2018 by in

WINNEMEM WINTU TRIBE Redding, CA: Greenaction stands in solidarity with the Winnemem Wintu Tribe in their Run4Salmon prayer and work to restore endangered salmon runs, revitalize indigenous lifeways and stop the Shasta Dam raise! Recently two of our staff members joined Chief Caleen Sisk and the Winnemem Wintu Tribe on their 2 week, 300-mile, prayerful journey that follows the path of the …

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Written on May, 26, 2018 by in

On May 19, 2018 about 100 White Mesa Ute Community members and supporters held a spiritual walk and protest of the Energy Fuels’ Uranium Mill. White Mesa Ute Community members and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe are fighting to protect their health, water, air, land, culture, and sacred sites from the nearby uranium mill, the last operating mill in the …

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