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Laiken Jordahl Sep 19
Despicable actions from this California Karen, who attacked peaceful Kumeyaay land protectors protesting construction through sacred burial grounds. Assaulting tribal members on stolen land isn’t just criminal—it’s overt white supremacy.
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 23
When we say is blowing up sacred sites & pristine wilderness lands for the , we aren’t exaggerating. And almost nobody knows it’s even happening.
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Iris Evalee Gifford Sep 22
Everyone needs to start retweeting and asking their followers to retweet about the travesty against the Indigenous protestors. Please. They simply are not getting the attention they need from all of us.
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 17
This past year, we’ve watched in horror as has decimated sacred sites, wildlife refuges, wilderness areas & national park lands for the . The admin is destroying the sensitive, irreplaceable lands they’ve been entrusted to protect—all for a vanity wall.
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Laiken Jordahl 22h
ALERT: construction is quickly approaching Quitobaquito Springs, a sacred ceremonial site & the only source of water for wildlife in the entire region. steamrolled the O’odham tribe & public to build this monument to white supremacy.
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 21
The Bureau of Land Management just threatened Kumeyaay land protectors with 12 months in jail for holding ceremony in the path of the on their unceded Indigenous land. Who‘s really the one trespassing here...? Support Kumeyaay resistance:
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 21
panels are stacked meters away from Quitobaquito--a sacred spring actively used by the O'odham for ceremony & only source of water for wildlife in the region. Indigenous water protectors & allies are onsite today to stop the wall from destroying this sacred spring.
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🌵🌞LifeIsARiver🌴☀️ 12m
Please read to learn more about how trump’s is destroying the borderlands
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 22
Watch this ranger REACH FOR HIS GUN while brutalizing peaceful Indigenous protestors yesterday at Organ Pipe. TAKE HIS BADGE BEFORE HE KILLS SOMEONE.
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 20
Acts of courage & beauty in the face of colonial violence — Kumeyaay land protectors push bulldozers off their unceded land with song and dance. Follow this growing movement & help support here:
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Laurie Benson 16h
Looks like they plan on lighting up the large doorways they left in the wall as well.
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Russ McSpadden Sep 22
Park Service rangers aim weapons at O'odham led protesters defending sacred sites in Organ Pipe Nat Monument. Rangers swear to protect natural & cultural resources but are enforcing the opposite: construction & cultural & ecological annihilation. 📽️Raphael Romero Ruiz
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Mark McFadden Sep 23
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🌵Arizonans: Endangering vital jaguar habitat land / Just truckin' away National Monuments🌵
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Center for Bio Div Sep 22
The construction is killing a river where it crosses Sonora, Mex. into Arizona. The San Pedro River has more vertebrate species diversity than Yosemite National Park or anywhere else in the continental U.S.
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toby short Sep 17
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Laiken Jordahl 23h
. rangers took an oath to protect natural & cultural resources on park service land. Now they're acting as enforcers, throwing Indigenous women in jail & aiding in the destruction of everything they vowed to protect.
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Laiken Jordahl Sep 21
ALERT: Two Kumeyaay land defenders were arrested by the Bureau of Land Management today during a ceremony in the path of construction. This is a massive, aggressive escalation by the feds against Indigenous people defending sacred land. Full press release here:
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Russ McSpadden Sep 21
So hard to watch: construction crews are dynamiting Guadalupe Canyon in Ariz for . This is jaguar critical habitat & a key migration corridor for countless wildlife in one of the most important ecosystem complexes left in North America.
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Lucas Mullikin Sep 19
: Border wall construction endangers indigenous land. Watch me on :
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