InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council will be new owners of 523 acres on the Mendocino coast via Save the Redwoods League partnership

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3 thoughts on “InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council will be new owners of 523 acres on the Mendocino coast via Save the Redwoods League partnership

  1. is this legal?, known fact not approved of-but thats nongovernment tribe for ya no one wanted 1619 or 1858 again, world too small for conflicts over pre-decided placement. sad

  2. I can’t pronounce the name….easy for pronunciation for a tiny group of people. The comment “Renaming the property Tc’ih-Léh-Dûñ lets people know that it’s a sacred place; it’s a place for our Native people,” said Crista Ray, who is of Eastern Pomo, Sinkyone, Cahto, Wailaki and other ancestries. Does that mean the Indians are claiming exclusive rights to this public land? Or just posing like they actually ponied up some money when they didn’t. Indian’s would kill another Indian from another tribe for being on their land….Indian justice is cruel and very racist do we want to send this message about excluding others? Again?

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