Environmental Activist Earl Tulley, was born in Blue Gap, Ariz. in Navajo Nation and raised by Mormons. He was the vice president of Din’e Citizens Against Ruining the Environment for 22 years. Dine’s Care fights to protect the environment form power plants, coal mines and anything that threatens “Mother Earth.” He is a community developer with the Navajo Housing Authority and focuses is providing affordable housing for Navajo families.
To support the work of Din’e Cares send a check to HC 63 Box 263, Winslow, AZ 86047
Nowhere is the work so critical to survival as the The Forgotten People’s crusade in the Bennett Freeze Area There work is simply critical to the survival of so many people affected by the legacy of mining. Clean drinking water is non-existant and residents depending on water haulers and donations. Please support their life saving cause.
Rolanda Tohannie lives in the Bennett Freeze area and is suffering from a variety of aliments because she has drunk contaminated water for year.
Helen and Leonard Nez lost seven children to a form of uranium contamination.