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Navajo Nation Stand Strong… We stand with you; I stand with you!!!
The USEPA has been seeking signatures from the Navajo People on Standard Form No. 95 which, if signed, will waive future claims against the USEPA.
“The Federal Government is asking the Navajo People to waive their future rights because they know without the waiver they will be paying millions to our People. This is simple; the Feds are protecting themselves at the expense of the Navajo people and it is outrageous.” said President Begaye Standard Form No. 95 states the following:
I CERTIFY THAT THE AMOUNT OF CLAIM COVERS ONLY DAMAGES AND INJURIES CAUSED BY THE INCIDENT ABOVE AND AGREE TO ACCEPT SAID AMOUNT IN “FULL SATISFACTION AND FINAL SETTLEMENT OF THIS CLAIM”
All signors will be limited to the specific claims filed, and any future claims for injuries caused by the Gold King Mine will be waived.
“The USEPA has admitted they are at fault and stated this disaster will last for decades. This is unacceptable. The damages to our People will be long term and the Navajo Nation will not settle for pennies. I have consistently stated that the Navajo people deserve to be compensated for every penny lost. I will not allow fine print to let USEPA off the hook. The Navajo people deserve better from the United States government.” said President Begaye.
The USEPA has been attending local public hearings across the Navajo Nation, in Shiprock, Aneth and Olijato and passing out Standard Form No. 95 to participants urging them to sign the form. The Navajo Nation Attorney General has advised that Form No. 95 will settle for current claims and preclude all future claims from the spill.
“We are also concerned for our neighbors, and whether this Standard Form No. 95 is being circulated in other communities. This is not just hurting the Navajo People but all those in the Four Corners Region. Think twice before you sign this form, we must hold USEPA fully accountable for their negligence.” said Vice-President Nez.
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Wow! Have to edit through 5 Theater Movie Rooms of old films:) Over at Native Storytelling at the Movies and Apples Top Trailers smile emoticon Oops I have goofed off? Looky there from a year ago! A 2014 SCREENPLAY WINNER at TrindieFest: Moon Of Popping Trees – Daniel Leonetti. That link still works:) Ah I know why I goof off over here LOL I stop to watch the whole movie:)
Native Storytelling at the Movies and Apples Top Trailers
Singing songs to the Water!
In 1958, the Ku Klux Klan KKK planned a rally in Maxton, NC to harass Lumbee tribal members and other non-whites. On the night of their rally over 500 Lumbee men showed up to the KKK rally with guns and sticks. The Lumbees went on the attack. The KKK members were routed and ran out of town in what is now called the Battle of Hayes Pond.