Crucial win for Northwest communities: Army Corps upholds Lummi Nation treaty rights, denies coal permit at Cherry Point

PHOTO: MEMBERS OF LUMMI NATION PROTEST THE PROPOSED COAL TERMINAL IN 2012 AT XWE’CHI’EXEN BY BURNING A LARGE CHECK STAMPED “NON-NEGOTIABLE.” ON MAY 9, 2016, THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS SIDED WITH THE LUMMI NATION’S REQUEST TO DENY PERMITS AT CHERRY POINT. CREDIT: PAUL ANDERSON The proposed coal terminal at Xwe’chi’eXen,...

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From Communities of Color for Climate Justice: Principles of Climate Justice

Climate change poses one of the greatest threats to social, economic, and racial equity here in Washington State and across the world. Our jobs, health, and communities where we live are threatened by the consequences of climate change and without bold interventions, we can expect more severe heat-waves, flooding, exposure...

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