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Tohono O'odham Nation Tribal Leaders Say Wall With Mexico Will Not Be Built On Their Land | KJZZ

15.11.16

Tohono O'odham Nation Tribal Leaders Say Wall With Mexico Will Not Be Built On Their Land | KJZZ: The tribe’s chairman and vice chair said the plan was always to try to work with whoever holds the office of the United States President. But, they added, it’s still too early to tell exactly how Donald Trump’s administration will impact the tribe. Vice Chairman Verlon Jose explained tribal members have traversed their ancestral land since time immemorial, and a wall of any sort would not be supported by the community.


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