Activism,  Uranium Mining

No Uranium Mining Week February 4th-8th

Mon, February 4, 2013
All Day

Gardener Auditorium, Franke College of Business


Were you Born after 1986?

If so, your RIGHTS have been DENIED!

Uranium threat to the Grand Canyon

Uranium Mining has plagued the Grand Canyon for decades – destroying wildlife habitats, threatening Native American cultural sites, and contaminating water. Kaibab National Forest has approved “Canyon Mine” Without any new environmental impact statement or public opinion.

Attend NO URANIUM MINING WEEK to learn more and LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD. Stop the Canyon Mine!

LUNCH & LEARN Info Sessions – Come grab some lunch and learn about uranium Mining – Free pizza will be provided!

 List of Events:

All sessions in Gardeners Auditorium Franke College of Business- NAU South Campus.

Monday 1pm – Uranium Mining Activism Through the Years

Mary Sojourner (Activist and Author)

Tuesday 2:30pm – Canyon Mine

Roger Clark (Grand Canyon Trust)

Wednesday 1pm – Hydrogeology of Uranium Mining

Dr. Abe Springer (Professor at NAU)

Thursday 2:30pm – Native American Impacts of Uranium Mining

Robert Tohe (Sierra Club Southwest Environmental Justice Organizer)

PROTEST THE MINE – Friday Feb 8th at 2pm – Outside of the Union

(Some signs will be provided, and a poster making session Will also be held.)

For additional information:

If you would like to volunteer, please contact: Montana Johnson (