Corbin Harney’s last words. “We are one people. We cannot separate ourselves now.There are many good things to be done for our people and for the world. It is important to let things be good and it is important to teach the younger generation, so that things are not lost.”
I'm a Indigenous Rights, Social Justice and Anti-Nuclear Activist. I believe we need to break the Nuclear Cycle to save this Planet. I worked for 35+ years at the Nevada Test Site, doing non-violent direct actions. I was the very first person arrested at Yucca Mountain. I was arrested 1,000+ times at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) and Yucca Mountain.
This blog covers Nuclear Issues, Indigenous Rights & Social Justice items. This Blog is Dedicated to Corbin Harney,Western Shoshone Spiritual Leader who passed over July 10, 2008.
Corbin's last words. "We are one people. We cannot separate ourselves now.There are many good things to be done for our people and for the world. It is important to let things be good and it is important to teach the younger generation, so that things are not lost."
Those of you who wish to send Audio. Video, Photos,Stories or uplifting memories of Corbin Harney (including who,what, where) for part of the book honoring Corbin and the Shundahai Network,"The Shundahai Network: A Decade of Resistance" may mail them to Gregor Gable (Web Master of Shundahai Network Domain and a personal friend of 20 + years) :
EMAIL FOR SNAIL MAIL ADDRESS
Email:gregornot AT gmail.com
All materials will be returned and proper credit will be given in the book. Please print clearly your snail mail address, so that I may return materials, along with a note given me permission to use the materials in this book. This is a Book Corbin Harney authorized me to write, and I have been working on it for quite a while.
This is a record of Corbin's non-stop fight against radioactivity and his attempts to have the traditional lands returned to the Newe people(after it had been cleaned up) under the Treaty of Ruby Valley 1863 and the people who helped him know as The Shundahai Network.