Laguna-Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment
Laguna-Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment (LACSE) is a grassroots group of residents of Laguna and Acoma pueblos dedicated to assessing community and environmental health from impacts of past uranium development and protecting sacred cultural sites and areas, including Mt. Taylor, a mountain sacred to Indigenous peoples of New Mexico.
Read a fact sheet about LACSE https://swuraniumimpacts.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/16-LACSE-factsheet.pdf
Read an article by June Lorenzo on Gendered Impacts of Jackpile Uranium Mining on Laguna Pueblo
Read the statement by Petuuche Gilbert before the UN Special Rapporteur on Feb 25, 2017
Read the statement by Petuuche Gilbert at the People’s Action Convention in Washington, DC April 25, 2017
Read about 2015 THINK OUTSIDE THE MINE – 4th Annual Uranium Documentary Film Festival, July 15 and July 17, Laguna Pueblo.