Haul No! presents: Stopping Pinyon Plain Uranium Mine

flyer for Haul No! event on December 13, 2023 in Flagstaff, Arizona, starting at 6pm mountain time

Haul No! presents: Stopping Pinyon Plain Uranium Mine

What: Presentation, updates, & discussion

When: Wednesday, December 13th, 2023
6:00pm – 7:30pm (MST)

Where: Downtown Library Community Room (300 W. Aspen, Flagstaff, AZ) Masks required, will be provided.

Online on zoom: Click to join via zoom

Who: Leona Morgan, Klee Benally, Alicyn Gitlin, Taylor McKinnon, & Guest.

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Stopping Pinyon Plain Uranium Mine

As Pinyon Plain mine is closer than ever to extracting deadly uranium ore at the Grand Canyon & sacred Red Butte, Haul No! will bring together regional organizers to discuss updates, provide overviews of campaigns to stop the mine, & share calls to action.

The primary transportation haul route comes directly through Flagstaff & proceeds through Indigenous communities already severely impacted by the uranium industry. Join this presentation to learn more & get directly involved.



Speaker Bios:

Taylor McKinnon is the director of the Center for Biological Diversity’s Southwest Program, working to safeguard a livable future for the region’s endangered species, its unique biodiversity, and the ecosystems upon which they depend. www.biologicaldiversity.org

Alicyn Gitlin advocates for clean water and healthy landscapes to protect people, plants, and wildlife in the Grand Canyon region. She has served as the Grand Canyon program manager for Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon (Arizona) Chapter for the past 13 years. www.sierraclub.org

Leona Morgan (Diné, she/her) is an anti-nuclear activist who has been fighting nuclear colonialism since 2007. Leona is a co-founder of Haul No! and a graduate student at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. www.DineNoNukes.org

Klee Benally is a Diné (Navajo) anarchist and volunteer/coordinator with Haul No!. Originally from Black Mesa. Klee currently resides in occupied Flagstaff, Arizona. www.kleebenally.com, www.IndigenousAction.org