“Pueblo Action Alliance is so happy to be partnering with Orenda Tribe. Amy Yeung (Diné) has recently moved back to her ancestral homelands and is diving deep into uplifting awareness around the issues that are most important to indigenous people. Protecting the Greater Chaco Region is one of them.
Please visit her website and read the article by PAA’s Julia Bernal (Sandia Pueblo) and consider donating to the Pueblo Action Alliance, the Red Nation and Dine CARE; Organizations that have been working hard to protect the Greater Chaco Region on the indigenous grassroots level.” – A message from Julia Bernal, Pueblo Action Alliance Environmental Justice Director.
“Indigenous leadership, indigenous communities and non-indigenous allies have been working together in the Greater Chaco Coalition to strategize on how to protect not just the sacred site but the living communities who experience the adverse environmental, social and health impacts from fracking production.”
Follow the link below to read the full article and learn more about the fight to protect chaco.