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|U.S. taxpayer dollars maintain the Indian Wars: heavily armed Indian law personnel confiscating Dineh owned sheep.|
|Grandma Rena (L) a resident of Big Mountain's Horse Corral area. Her son (R), Jerry.|
|Etta became the lone Matriarch after both her parents passed-on in 2014.|
|Sample of a reduced herd near Etta's homestead, one lone goat, and the multiple trail grooves before the impoundments of 2014.|
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
By Kathy Helms
The Non-Proliferation Treaty is a landmark international treaty aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology while promoting peaceful uses of nuclear energy and furthering the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament.
The message they will take to the United Nations is simple, he said: “No more nukes.”
Yasuda, who lives near Albany, N.Y., accompanied Native Americans to Washington in 1978 on “The Longest Walk,” and has been to the Navajo Nation many times. Almost 30 years ago she met Bahe Katenay of Big Mountain who facilitated the Japanese visitors on this week's visit to Navajoland.
Yasuda has crossed the United States eight times with different Native tribes, and knows of their sufferings.