United Earth Fund's

Native American Wisdom Series

Black Mesa Strip Mine and Hopi Human Rights

Native American Sovereignty and Hopi

An interview with UC Davis Political Science Professor Clyde Jacobs -

expert on Native American Sovereignty Issues.


From UEF's Human Rights Campaign for the Hopi and Native American Indians.

Brief interview with John S. Boyden, lawyer for the Hopi Tribe.

Regarding Hopi, Kennecott Copper, Peabody Coal and the Black Mesa Strip Mine


UEF worked with Thomas Banyacya, Hopi's representative on an international Human Rights Initiative for Hopi.

Hopi Indians - Human Rights - Energy Resources

  1. Tour of Peabody Coal's Black Mesa Strip Mine in Four Corners
  2. Pictures From a Visit with Thomas Banyacya at Hopi
  3. Native American Sovereignty talk with Prof. Clyde Jacobs U.C. Davis.
  4.  A  short audio interview with Atty. John S. Boyden.

in the strip mine

strip mine operations


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