O’odham water and sacred sites in Arizona threatened by mining project

Two Canadian mining companies are trying to obtain permits for two unrelated mining projects that threaten O’odham water resources and sacred sites in southern Arizona.

Lori Riddle, Akimel O’odham citizen and founder of Gila River Alliance for a Clean Environment (GRACE), recently began sending out alerts that the Vancouver-based company Curis Resources may be just weeks away from getting a green light from the Arizona state government for their proposed In-Situ copper mine in Florence, which borders the southern edge of the O’odham Gila River Indian community.

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Russell Pearce thinks racial profiling is legal, and top Dems seem not to care?


Seating was scarce at the April 17 Senate hearing on Ending Racial Profiling in America. Those left outside were directed to an overflow room. But there was one empty seat. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, who was presiding over the hearing, said that he had invited the Justice Department to testify, but “they declined.”

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Broadway Coalition needs your help today to protest widening of Broadway to 8 lanes

WHEN:      Today @ 6pm

WHERE:    First Assembly of God 149 E. Broadway Blvd

WHY: need a huge turn out from all community and neighborhood organization to challenge the widening of Broadway to 8 lanes. Needless and wasteful spending. Destructive of businesses and historic parts of Tucson. Spread the word – we need your presence today at 6pm.

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