Action in support of the Red Water Pond Road Community
Friday – April 22
WHAT IS HAPPENING?
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is visiting the Red Water Pond Road Community (RWPRC) on Friday, April 22 at 2 pm, then hosting a public meeting in Gallup at 6:30 pm.
Please join and show support for RWPRC and advocate for uranium mine cleanup that is protective of the community, sacred waters and future generations.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
At 1 pm – Meet at the junction of Highway 566 and Frontage Rd, Highway 118, near Red Rocks State Park. We will have signs for you to hold along the road to the Red Water Pond Road Community. Bring your own signs, too!
At 2:30 pm – Join with RWPRC in their village to listen to the NRC Commissioners and hear testimony from the community. The Navajo Nation EPA will be broadcasting the meeting via a public address/sound system. MASKS ARE REQUIRED.
At 6:30 pm – NRC will hold a public meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1530 W Maloney Ave, Gallup. Two panels – ‘Ten-Year Plan to Address Impacts of Uranium Contamination on the Navajo Nation’ and ‘Lessons Learned from the Remediation of Former Uranium Mill Sites.’
Livestream htpp://video.nrc.gov or Dial in: 800-369-2047 code 609 7034
For more information contact
Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment