Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to yesterday’s announcement the Bureau of Land Management will suspend parts of the rule designed to reduce natural gas waste on federal public and tribal lands:
People do not necessarily get excited when a discussion comes up related to the protection of our National Monuments. Let’s be honest, it seems like a boring topic that does not seem to affect our daily lives, but it does.
So how do we make such a topic interesting? So that we can inspire individuals to support an online petition?
The new online campaign LatinosForHeritage.org allows visitors to share their support for maintaining the national monuments currently under review by the Trump Administration in what is widely considered an attempt to eliminate or shrink their protections.
Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to the U.S.
Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to today’s Executive Order from President Trump that calls for a review of all national monuments that have been designated since 1996:
American Rivers today named the Lower Colorado River America’s Most Endangered River® of 2017 shining a national spotlight on the threat that outdated water management and excessive diversions pose to the region’s communities and an economy worth billions.
By Fernanda Santos New York Times
YUMA, Ariz. — The Rev. Victor Venalonzo opened his New Testament to the Book of Revelation on a recent Sunday and offered the men and women assembled at Iglesia Betania for a weekly Bible study a fresh look at its apocalyptic message.