Greenaction gathered with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe and supporting allies to celebrate the victory of defeating a proposed nuclear waste dump. This dump was proposed by US Ecology and the government 22 years ago, which resulted in the community and Greenaction founders to occupy the land for over 110 days. After winning this victory, there’s been a spiritual gathering every year to celebrate this victory against environmental racism. Greenaction is so humbled and thankful to have spent this weekend with the Fort Mojave, other tribes, and supporting allies. We were welcomed with such care, and we shall continue to protect and honor all sacred sites across the many communities we work with. ✨???? 

(thank you to Flora Lu, Karen Crespo Triveño, and Betsy Lopez-Wagner for taking photos this weekend!)

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