We are calling for rapid, systemic shifts in the culture and approach to public lands management and use that reflect the diversity and rapidly shifting demographics of our country, demonstrate respect for all cultures, and engage every segment of our population so that more become active users, owners, and supporters of public lands.
"As a faith leader who has made Indiana home, I know from my experiences in the church that to successfully unite the fabric of our nation we each need to know the stories of our neighbors as well as our own stories. National monuments are...
True words from Coalition member Teresa Baker of African American Nature & Parks Experience. at the Women's Outdoor Summit for Empowerment: "Just because you don't know what to do doesn't mean you should do nothing." #womenssummitsf#presidiosf
Bears Ears National Monument "is about protecting our way of life and the future of our people." - 23rd Navajo Nation Council Speaker LoRenzo Bates
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Elduro Tuco Mark says he has worked a lifetime for the Monument, but in 2010 the proposal was not for a Monument, but for a conservation area. He claims that the Utah delegation didn't work with them, but in PLI negotiations Mark and his Brother Kenneth would not budge from their demand of 1.9 million acres and full control of the area. If I hadn't been lied to so many times by the Maryboys I might take them seriously, but now that is just expected. Why do you think neither one of the Maryboys can get elected anymore? This is their effort to get power that local Navajos do not trust them with.