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Native support for Bears Ears is Strong

  Native support for Bears Ears is Strong in San Juan County, UT   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Sept. 21, 2016 Contact: Gavin Noyes - (801) 521-7398   In reaction to a press conference with Utah’s Governor Herbert and the Utah Congressional delegation, Utah Diné Bikéyah, a local Navajo non-profit organization from

Successful Public Meeting in Bluff

Last week was perhaps the most important moment for Bears Ears since Navajo leader Chief Manuelito was born here nearly 200 years ago. Both the Summer Gathering at Bears Ears and the public hearing hosted by the Obama administration in the town of Bluff were a tremendous success

UTL Pass a Joint Resolution in Support of Bears Ears

The Utah Tribal Leaders association (UTL) voted on and passed a formal joint resolution of support in favor of Bears Ears National Monument yesterday. The Chairman from seven of Utah’s eight Tribes discussed and voted on the resolution during UTL’s monthly meeting, which was held

Fake Letters

Three fake letters were posted at gas stations and post offices yesterday in San Juan County. These letters impersonated Albert Holiday, UDB, and Secretary Jewel and are intended to scare, anger, and confuse local Native Americans who support Bears Ears. These letters represent a new low

Community Meeting in Salt Lake City

Wednesday, June 1st at 6 PM LOCATION: Urban Indian Center 120 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 Join UDB for an informational community meeting about the Bears Ears National Monument proposal - Wed, June 1st from 6:00-8:30pm at the Urban Indian Center - 120 1300 South Salt Lake

Huffington Post weighs in on Bears Ears

An Indigenous Vision: The Bears Ears National Monument - Former Colorado BLM State Director Ann Morgan penned this May 2 editorial for Huffington Post, strongly supporting tribally led designation of Bears Ears. She notes, "The proposal for the monument was developed by a grass-roots nonprofit known