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Resource Extraction Impacts and Resistance

Resource Extraction Impacts and Resistance

Community Updates January 13, 2018 at 8:28 am 0 comments

In this short article, previous contributor to Dianuke, Candyce Paul (Saskatchewan’s Uranium Industry and Dene Ecology), reports on her participation in a recent meeting in Kamloops, Canada where indigenous North American nations gathered to discuss new approaches to resisting harmful resource extraction. Candyce has been active for many years inRead More

Uranium Mining, Native Resistance, and the Greener Path

Uranium Mining, Native Resistance, and the Greener Path

Nuclear and Society May 8, 2011 at 7:50 am 0 comments

        The impact of uranium mining on indigenous communities   IN A DINE CREATION STORY, the people were given a choice of two yellow powders. They chose the yellow dust of corn pollen, and were instructed to leave the other yellow powder—uranium—in the soil and never toRead More