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Matt Dyson // A 250-mile protest run: the fight to save Navajo land and US national parks | Life and style | The Guardian


A 250-mile protest run: the fight to save Navajo land and US national parks | Life and style | The Guardian: The Navajo have worshipped and lived off the land between the two monuments for centuries. There are more than 100,000 Native American archaeological and cultural sites in the area – which are still considered sacred by the ancestors of the tribes who worshipped here. As you would expect, they too have been tirelessly campaign to protect the area. In July 2015, leaders from five area tribes founded the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition – a consortium of sovereign tribal nations – to make the case for conserving the Bears Ears cultural landscape.

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