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Utah State Senate Minority Leader Gene Davis Calls on President Obama to Protect Bears Ears

December 7, 2016

Hear why Utah State Senate Minority Leader Gene Davis is calling on President Obama to designate a national monument to #ProtectBearsEarsNow.


Utah House Minority Leader Brian King Calls on President Obama to Protect Bears Ears

November 2, 2016


Utah Representative and House Minority Whip Assistant Joel Briscoe Calls on President Obama to Protect Bears Ears

November 2, 2016


Bears Ears: The Movement to Protect a Cultural Landscape

June 1, 2016

Bears Ears: The Movement to Protect a Cultural Landscape from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

An 11-minute film detailing the widespread grassroots support to protect a sacred landscape.


From Monument Valley – with Love for Bears Ears

May 18, 2016

From Monument Valley – With Love for Bears Ears from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

Elected leaders from Navajo Nation and Ute Mountain Ute tribe speak out on behalf of the proposal to create a Bears Ears National Monument on the same day that the Utah legislature passes a resolution opposing the idea. National monument designation is the official policy of five sovereign tribal nations, and supported by 25 other tribes and the National Congress of American Indians.


Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition – “We’ve Never Left”

April 5, 2016

Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition – “We’ve Never Left” from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

Featuring footage from the 2015 Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Summer Gathering, Joseph Suina (Cochiti), Manuel Heart (Ute), Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk (Ute), and Phillip Vicenti (Zuni) speak on the importance of Bears Ears to Native people.
Join tribes in asking President Obama to #ProtectBearsEarsNow by signing the petition here.


Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition – Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk – The Importance of Bears Ears

February 15, 2016

Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition – Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk – The Importance of Bears Ears from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

Councilwoman of Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, speaks on the importance of Bears Ears and the Inter-Tribal Coalition’s proposal to President Barack Obama.
Sign the petition to protect Bears Ears here.


Highlights from the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Press Conference

October 15, 2015

Highlights from the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition 10/15/15 Press Conference from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

Tribal leaders from Hopi, Navajo, Zuni, and Ute Nations speak about the Bears Ears National Monument proposal released October 15, 2015 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.


Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Press Conference

October 15, 2015

Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Press Conference 10/15/2015 from Bears Ears on Vimeo.

The Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition, a coalition of sovereign Tribal Nations, held a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, DC on October 15, 2015 to discuss their proposal to the Utah delegation and the White House to designate a Bears Ears National Monument. Speakers are Eric Descheenie, Co-chair of the Inter-Tribal Coalition and Special Advisor to President and Vice President of the Navajo Nation; Alfred Lomahquahu, Co-chair of the Inter-Tribal Coalition and Vice Chairman of the Hopi Tribe; Phillip Vicenti, Head Councilman of Pueblo of Zuni Tribal Council; Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, Tribal Council Member at Ute Mountain Ute Tribe; Willie Grayeyes, Chairmen of Utah Diné Bikéyah; and Malcolm Lehi, Tribal Council Member at Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. Visit ProtectBearsEars.org for more information.

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