Please partner with us by supporting the installation of a 1,000 gallon rainwater catchment system and adobe plaster repairs of a traditional Navajo-style house called a hogan, for 2 Dine elders.
In collaboration with the Kathryn Smith Water Project and the Black Mesa Indigenous Solidarity group, volunteers will converge this April and May on Black Mountain, part of Hopi/Navajo land.
As part of our support of indigenous sovereignty, we will work to amplify the existing needs of the Navajo (Dine) people: housing repairs, sheep herding and shearing, and a major installation of a 1,000 gallon rainwater catchment cistern.
This work is an effort to support elders holding an ancient lineage of earth-centered practices. Today they are actively involved in resisting forced relocation for the benefit of coal, oil, and gas extraction.
For more information, please visit: https://supportblackmesa.org/background/
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