Black Mesa Slurry Protest in Flagstaff
June 2001
   
Native Americans gathered in Flagstaff to protest coal slurry on Black Mesa
and the push for oil development.
   
Danny Blackgoat urges a halt to the mining of Black Mesa that is increasing the suffering of Navajos resisting relocation.
Photo 2001 by Brenda Norrell
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Hunter Red Dog, band member of Casper's 602 Band, joins protest calling for sustainable forms of energy.
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2001 by
Brenda Norrell
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Roberta and Danny Blackgoat join Tohono O'odham Mike Flores at a protest of oil and slurry development. Photo 2001 by Brenda Norrell
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Former Hopi Chairman Ferrell Secakuku protests the use of aquifer water for coal slurry.
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2001 by
Brenda Norrell
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