Sacred peace walk holds vigil at the most bombed place on earth

By Rebecca Antsis Staff Writer LAS VEGAS — White painted chalk crisply split the ground; on one side of the line, peace activists sang, chanted, wailed, beat drums and stared at a half-dozen guards at the Nevada National Security Site, which was formerly Shoshone land. On April 21, Prescott College Ecology of War & Peace … Continue reading

Uranium mining threatens Grand Canyon communities

By Simone Crowe Staff Writer FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Over a thousand uranium mines have already contaminated water across the Southwest, poisoning communities with radiation that leads to cancer, harming the biodiversity of rivers and dissipating toxic ore-dust into the air. Despite the immeasurable damage the mess of these abandoned mines has inflicted, the Federal government … Continue reading