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Film on the Front Lines: An Interview with Robert Lundahl on his new film "Who Are My People?"

08/30/2013 ● By Steve

The gold rush for green power development across the desert is destroying Native American sacred sites and environmental resources.

No Shame, No Respect: Solar Millennium Builds a Road on Ancient Geoglyphs

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

In the deserts of California, fast-tracked solar projects are proceeding without shame and without respect. BLM (Bureau of Land Management) permitting allowed projects to go ahead on the basis of inad

Massacre in the Rocks: Solar Millennium Builds on Native American Sacred Sites

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

Solar Millennium has begun to construct a 9,500 acre solar facility on Mojave Desert lands that Native Americans and others consider sacred. The area contains scores of ancient geoglyphs, large rock d

Indigenous America Questions U.S. Green Policies

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

This short film, "a film within a film," tells a story, and the story here involves the Peace and Dignity movement, "Journadas de Paz y Dignidad," a pan-indigenous movement of the Americas, uniting na

Alfredo Figueroa on the Aztec Sunstone Calendar for Earth Day, 2012

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

In honor of Earth Day, 2012, RL A ECO is beginning to release several short videos on-line featuring Elder Historian and Chemehuevi Cultural Monitor, Don Alfredo Figueroa, on the Nahua perspective as

The Killing of Kokopili

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

An excellent introduction to the destruction of Native American cultural resources in the drive to build industrial solar projects across the California deserts by filmmaker Robert Lundahl.