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American Indians, non-Natives Stand for the Land at Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010 to protest the raid on sacred Eagle Rock by Kennecott Minerals and stop sulfide mining on the Yellow Dog Plains in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

STAND FOR THE LAND !! American Indians, non-Natives joined forces to Stand for the Land at Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010 to protest the huge police raid a week earlier on sacred Eagle Rock by Kennecott Minerals who … Continue reading

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