Monday, April 18, 2011

Will Big Solar Bulldoze Sacred Tribal Sites? | Mother Jones

"Alfredo Figueroa, an elder in the Chemehuevi tribe, has spent all of his 77 years in the Sonoran Desert town of Blythe, next to the Colorado River in southeastern California. But now, he's worried burial grounds and giant etchings in the earth that are sacred to his people could soon be replaced by giant solar panels."

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