Native Community Action Council
    MISSION STATEMENT

“To preserve traditional histories, rights and benefits for Native Americans of the Great Basin pursuant to tribal customs by understanding, educating and managing nuclear risks.”


UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA LAS VEGAS

MARJORIE BARRICK MUSEUM AUDITORIUM

April 22, 2017

1:00 pmSIGN-IN/VISUAL DISPLAY
1:30 pmBLESSING-Darlene Graham, Pooha-Bah Spiritual Leader
1:35 pmWELCOME- Joe Kennedy, Native Community Action Council
1:40 pmChairman Darren Daboda, Moapa Band of Paiutes
1:45 pmIan Zabarte, Principal Man W. Bands Shoshone Nation  
2:00 pmProf. Michael Lerma, NAU Author: Guided by the Mountains
3:00 pmProfessor Dave Hassenzahl, Cal. State Univ. Chico
3:30 pmBREAK
4:00 pmKlee Benally, Clean Up the Mines
4:30 pmChris Balos, Marshall Islands (Bikini Atoll & MEI)
5:00 pmProfessor Jessica Schwartz, UCLA & MEI
5:30 pmManape LaMere Principal Chief, Sioux Nation of Indians
6:00 pmJoe Kennedy, Timbisha Shoshone
6:30 pmLeona Morgan, Haul No
7:00 pmKevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear
7:30 pmCLOSING REMARKS
 
April 23, 2017

11:30 amYucca Mountain Caravan Departs
12:30 pmCactus Springs Drone Warfare
2:00 pmYucca Mountain Hike
6:00 pmYucca Mountain Caravan Returns

The conveners wish to thank the James R. Dougherty, Jr. Foundation, Pooha-Bah and Mannetta Braunstein for their support in making this event possible.

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