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Detroit News Spreads Misinformation for Rio Tinto/Kennecott Minerals as the evil company destroys the once peaceful Yellow Dog Plains, desecrates an Ojibwa religious site and threatens to pollute Lake Superior with sulfuric acid and other toxic waste

Detroit News supports doing business in the Upper Peninsula with a mining company accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity and bribery Groups pray Rio Tinto/Kennecott Minerals will stop raping the Yellow Dog Plains and desecrating sacred Eagle Rock Detroit … Continue reading

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Timeless Media Productions Documentary: Dire times in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Due to Sulfide Mining Plans

The unspoiled beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is threatened due to plans by Kennecott Minerals and other mining companies to open dozens of sulfide mines. This is a Michigan State University Environmental Journalism Class video. MSU students Samantha Harris and Michelle Verdura edited, produced and wrote this documentary. Continue reading

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Rio Tinto Crime Wave: DVD by Joan Sekler exposes worldwide crime spree on Indigeous people, middle-class and the environment – plus war crimes and crimes against humanity

Please purchase the $20 documentary that exposes the corruption and Greed of international Mining Giant Rio Tinto and its subsidiaries like Kennecott Minerals. The DVD was produced and director by Joan Sekler who spent her own money to finance the project. Continue reading

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Shame on northern Michigan Democrats who have sold out to evil sulfide acid mining

Shame, Shame, Shame: A Message to northern Michigan Democrats who have lost their core values One disillusioned Democratic supporter calls a spade a spade If Northern Michigan Democrats get beaten by Republicans in this election they can only blame themselves … Continue reading

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Mother of the Superfund: Love Canal fighter and environmental warrior Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette, MI Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 at Northern Michigan University

Fighting Evil Corporations Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette on October 14, 15, 16, 2010 Environmental warrior and Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs visits Marquette, as the Upper Peninsula faces its worst pollution crisis in history with the … Continue reading

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Stand for the Land Rally at Michigan Capitol: They sang, they cried, they proclaimed Mother Nature First! as Native Americans, non-Natives protested the raid on sacred Eagle Rock and continued the fight against Kennecott Eagle Minerals nickel and copper mine on the Yellow Dog Plains near Lake Superior

THEY STOOD UP FOR THE THREATENED LAND ON MICHIGAN’S YELLOW DOG PLAINS NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR !! American Indians, non-Natives joined forces to Stand for the Land at Michigan State Capitol on June 3, 2010 to protest the huge police raid … Continue reading

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Spirit of the Sturgeon: Menominee Indian Tribe of WI & Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative

[blip.tv ?posts_id=880804&dest=26868] (Keshena, Wisconsin) – The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin contributed over 4 tons of electronic and pharmaceutical waste to the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge. This is the second of several videos explaining the numerous MITW … Continue reading

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