Learn more about the fight to save Chi’chil Biłdagoteel (Oak Flat). News media and articles below are just a few of dozens that have been written about the fight to protect Save Oak Flat over the many years battle to protect Oak Flat.
Why the Camp Grant Massacre Matters Today| Sapiens | by Chip Colwell, April 30, 2021 | Vigilantes attacked a peaceful encampment of Apache people in Arizona 150 years ago. Now their descendants are fighting to protect their homeland from a proposed copper mine at Oak Flat.
Evasion and hypocrisy: the 2021 Rio Tinto plc AGM| London Mining Network, Apr 14, 2021 Report by Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network, with assistance from Dina Rui, Roger Featherstone, Sukhgerel Dugersuren, Yvonne Orengo and Zoe Lujic
US Colonization at Home and Abroad » Clearing the FOG Radio - July 20, 2018, We speak with San Carlos Apache Tribal Councilman Wendsler Nosie and Naelyn Pike, a leader in the Apache Stronghold movement.
Endangered Arizona | Arizona Highways Aug 2008, Oak Flat Campground Page 16, Aug 2008 Edition "To the Apache, Yavapai, Hopi and O’odham people, Oak Flat Campground near Superior is a spiritually significant part of their ancestral lands....."
Investigation could impact copper, water deals | Arizona Geology, May 11, 2007 | The FBI investigation into a land deal involving Arizona Congressman Rick Renzi could affect the Resolution copper mine and water resources in the Upper San Pedro Basin, with further domino-like impacts.
Apaches will defy mine that threatens sacred lands| My Turn: Arizona Republic | Kathy W. Kitcheyan, Chairwoman of the San Carlos Apache, Aug 28, 2006, Editor's note: The following is in response to the Thursday editorial "Firm hand needed to guide mining deal," which supported efforts in Congress to effect a complex land exchange to enable the Resolution Copper Co. to begin site preparation for a huge underground copper mine near Superior.
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