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Destroying sacred burial grounds and poisoning their water for the profit of corporations and elite.

Photo copyright by Sacred Sites International

North Dakota pipeline protest turns violent after cultural sites destroyed

People hang a sign near a burial ground sacred site that was disturbed by bulldozers building

Ancient Burial & Barrow Site after Archaeological Destruction Photo Copyright By Sacred Sites International

The fight to save clean water on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation | Global | The Guardian

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The sacred land at the center of the Dakota pipeline dispute

Dakota Access: company under scrutiny over sacred artifacts in oil pipeline's path

Native American protestors and supporters walk along land being prepared for the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Dakota Access pipeline construction desecrates ancient burial grounds near Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.

Archeologists denounce Dakota Access pipeline for destroying artifacts

Native American land is under threat again – who will step in to defend it from destruction?

North Dakota oil pipeline protesters stand their ground: 'This is sacred land'

Photo Copyright by Sacred Sites International Detail of Veluwe Barrow on the Right

For months, military and police attacked Water Protectors camped to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Tens of thousands of people came to ...

'Buried in marshes': sea-level rise could destroy historic sites on US east coast

Crowds at the “Visitors' Day” Photo Copyright Sacred Sites International

Two boys make their way back to shore after bathing in the heavily polluted Ram Ganga tributary of the Ganges in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh

A view of a protest camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

Land at Havasu Riviera State Park that was bulldozed. Photo from Arizona State Parks Department documents, posted in AZ Central.com

Archeologists denounce Dakota Access pipeline for destroying artifacts | US news | The Guardian

How Geoengineering Threatens to Entrench Fossil Fuels and Accelerate the Climate Crisis

Montini: Why would Border Patrol agents destroy lifesaving water jugs left for migrants?

Bear Butte, near Sturgis, South Dakota. This site is Holy Mountain to the

Infamous water heist -- and hubris -- reap poison whirlwind

Shenhua coalmine planning works 'could desecrate Indigenous sacred sites'

Destroying sacred burial grounds and poisoning their water for the profit of corporations and elite.

Built on sacred land: 'It's going to be a ...

In choosing green cremation Judi Olmsted was mindful of Bob's lifelong love of water and she perceived, in the water-based method, an echo of childhood ...

Native Americans Stopped Dakota Access Pipeline's Destruction Of Historical Sacred Grave Site Markers

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Rally to Stop the Destruction of Seneca Burial Grounds

Montini: Why would Border Patrol agents destroy lifesaving water jugs left for migrants?

After a seven-year campaign to get the attention of federal agencies, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe is poised to take a major step in bringing home the ...

A Copper Mine Near Superior and Oak Flat Campground Is Set to Destroy a Unique,

Food & Water Watch's new report Fracking Endgame: Locked Into Plastics, Pollution, and

India's paleontologists fight destruction of its fossil riches

Pollution of the Ganges

A hundred thousand people were killed by the atomic bomb. Survivors wonder why they lived when so many others died.

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Medicine Lake, aerial view with Mount Shasta in the background. Medicine Lake Highlands is

South Willard » Blog Archive | 'I Want to Win Someday': Tribes Make Stand Against Pipeline

... at their traditional clam and crab gathering site on James Bay, later destroyed when the bay was filled and the opulent Empress Hotel was built in 1908.

River on Grassy Narrows land that was poisoned by Reed Paper Mill, Ontario. Photographer

Print of the “Tsiyun,”

Stand at SPAET cave, 16 November 2006. Photo inset: Darren Stone

A Response To Christians Who Are Done With Church

A Copper Mine Near Superior and Oak Flat Campground Is Set to Destroy a Unique,

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Pig burials: Upper Left- no treatment, Upper Right- hydrated lime, Lower

The Anglican area of the Cemetery today.

Source: Wall Street Journal, "Fight Over Dakota Access Pipeline Intensifies," wsj.com, Oct. 11, 2016

Dakota pipeline protesters confront the "black snake": "We're living by the fire"

Keijzer doesn't measure the environmental impact of natural burial, where a body is wrapped in a cloth and buried without a headstone.

Food & Water Watch exposé on Dominion Energy's political contributions and fracking investments

Killing Invasive Roots in the Ground. Image titled Kill Tree Roots Step 1

The Sacred Cenotes. Major source of water and site for human sacrifices. Looks yummy!

Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast

The clock is ticking: women paint luminous dials in 1932

Arizona historical sites bulldozed and destroyed - AZ Parks director suspended

Thanza valley, Bhutan, Eastern Himalayas

Olive tree destroyed by settlers. File photo, Ma'an.

Carlisle's Traditional Section - Almost full up

Kootenai Falls, near Libby, Montana. Kootenai Falls is the largest free-flowing

The Most Treacherous Battle of World War I Took Place in the Italian Mountains | History | Smithsonian

Henk Van de Veld, Archaeologist, on Visitor's Day Photo Copyright by Sacred Sites International

Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier

Women demonstrators protest a plan to to cut down more than 14,000 trees for a redevelopment

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GRAVES AND CEMETERIES OF RUSSIAN AND SOVIET SOLDIERS FROM THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES IN POLAND SELECTED EXAMPLES

Arbutus destroyed, SPAET, 30 January 2006. Photo: Songhees Cheryl Bryce

The impact of nickel mining in the concession of Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation (RTNMC

1920 - The Aftermath of the First World War

... North (Sacred) Agora in Laodicea on the Lycus

The Flood

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Food & Water Watch first of its kind water shutoffs survey

The Plagues

... North (Sacred) Agora in Laodicea on the Lycus

Rise: Sacred Water, Standing Rock

I don't like didacticism in art but here are a couple of lessons that

Protesters gathered on Capitol Hill on July 22, to protest Congress' sale

The unexamined life is not worth living.

Banner against the pipeline in a 2017 inauguration day protest in Minnesota

The tomb where Jesus's body is believed to have been laid, inside the Edicule in