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2005 Issues and Topics

Volume 6; Number 1 -- Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action

In this issue: Gail Small: The Coal Wars, Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Lame Deer, Montana; Evon Peter: The People and the Caribou are One, Arctic Village, Alaska; Rita & Mitchell Capitan: Yellowcake, New Mexico, Navajo Reservation, New Mexico; Barry Dana: A People and Their River, Penobscot River, Maine; Winona LaDuke; SRIC Extras - Tribute to a Peaceful Warrior: Harris Arthur

Volume 6; Number 2 -- Environmental Justice in New Mexico: Renewed Push for Change

In this issue: Environmental Justice in New Mexico - Renewed Push for Change; Recommendations on Environmental Justice - New Mexicans Respond; The Healthy Communities Bill – An Interview with Sofia Martinez; Richard Moore on Environmental Justice and the New Mexico Environment Department's Policy Committee; Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley, Jr. signs Diné Natural Resources Protection Act of 2005 New law bans uranium mining, processing throughout Navajo Nation; Diné Natural Resources Protection Act of 2005

Volume 6; Number 3 -- Buy Local, Think Local, Be Local

In this issue: Keep It Querque!; Buy Local Initiatives: La Montanita Co-op; Right Relationship Women in Land-Based Cultures; North American Indigenous Mining Summit; WIPP IS NOT MEETING ITS SHIPMENT AND DISPOSAL GOALS; EXTRACTING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE — THE NAVAJO NATION DEFENDS ITS URANIUM MINING BAN

Volume 6; Number 4 -- Renewable Energy, Nuclear Power and Climate Change

In this issue: Citizens Challenge New Mexico’s Plan for Sandia’s Nuclear Waste Dump, Peak Oil Opportunity; Progress of Renewable Energy in New Mexico; Nuclear power: economics and climate-protection potential; The Future Role of Nuclear Power in the United States; Executive Order a Step Toward Healthier Communities

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