Black Mesa Indigenous Support

Linked with Hopi and Navajo Elders Warned Lehman Bros., with Big Mountain Native writes an appeal, and with FIRST NATIONS, FIRST RESISTANCE.

Western concepts view Dineh, as they view all other indigenous nations of the Americas, with deliberate racist error. Euro-America believes Dineh (Navajos) acquired domesticated sheep & goats by raiding early Spanish explorer settlements, and that Dineh made-up religious belief about Life Dependency on Sheep and Goats. Clarification is needed that Dineh were relying on the mountain sheep & goats thousands of years before the Spaniards washed-up ashore in the Americas. (Big Mountain Survival Camp).

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Black Mesa Indigenous Support (BMIS) is a grassroots, all volunteer run collective dedicated to working with and supporting the indigenous peoples of Black Mesa in their Struggle for Life and Land who are targeted by & resisting unjust large-scale coal mining operations and forced relocation policies of the US government.

We are a small group of 3 to 5 volunteers who distribute information about the harsh laws of relocation, coal mining, and livestock reduction that Black Mesa residents face daily. Some of us have been coming out to The Land for more than 10 years now. It has been an important part of our lives and hearing the words of resistance and hope on Black Mesa nurtures our work and influences our interactions with others, including our children and peers, and helps us create ways to oppose colonialism and to protect Mother Earth.

Despite our limited capacity we remain committed to deepening our friendships and listening to the needs and wishes of the people from the land and will do our best to still assist them with support and sheepherders..

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