Friends of Celilo Falls mission, purpose and disclaimer

The Friends of Celilo Falls does not represent or speak for any entity other than its own membership. We do not speak for or represent the Columbia River Treaty tribes or the people of Celilo Village.

The Friends of Celilo Falls is concerned about economic development and environmental and social justice in the Columbia Gorge.

The Friends of Celilo Falls opposes the use of the Columbia Gorge Scenic Protection Area as an international industrial corridor.

We see ourselves as part of a greater Celilo Falls Restoration Movement of like-minded partners, and of a greater still international movement to strengthen indigenous economies and to protect indigenous cultures and sacred sites world wide.

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About 1000nations

Sean Aaron Cruz is Executive Director of 1000 Nations and a co-founder of The Friends of Celilo Falls. He is the organizer of the Jim Pepper Native Arts Festival. He is co-author of Winona LaDuke's new book, "The Militarization of Indian Country." He is the father of four children who disappeared into Utah in a Mormon abduction in 1996, and the author of Oregon's landmark anti-kidnapping statute "Aaron's Law" (Senate Bill 1041), named for his late son Aaron Cruz. He writes online as Blogolitical Sean.
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One Response to Friends of Celilo Falls mission, purpose and disclaimer

  1. I’m very interested in your mission and goal. I’ll follow your blog and urge you to keep dreaming.

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