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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

The Battle of Blythe 1972

05/09/2012 ● By Steve

The Battle of Blythe chronicles the events of April 6, 1972, as told by Demesia Figueroa, when students in the Blythe public school system walked out over mistreatment of indigenous youth. These event

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.