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1

the amount of timber taken from white earth almost_____ times in less than a decade between 1889 and 1898

seven

2

which groups' interests supported the missionaries' assimilation programs at leech lake in the 1890s

all of the above

3

what motivated Bugonaygeshig to lead the last armed resistance until the occupation of alcatraz in 1969

a lumber company built a dam that ruined their fishing

4

which of the following is not true of the late walt bresette

he headed up a program to buy back Indian land

5

which of the following interest groups aligned against walt bresette and chippewa fishing rights

all of the above

6

what sovereignty projects has the WELR project initiated

all of the above

7

which of the following interest groups is not allied with the food sovereignty movement

monsanto corporation

8

in what ways did the Yucca mountain plan differ from current nuclear waste facilities

all of the above

9

why is illinois poorly situated no matter what the fate of the yucca mountain plan

it is criss-crossed with nuclear waste transportation routes and dotted with short term nuclear waste facilities

10

which of the following is not among the issues that the state of Nevada had against the yucca mountain plan

it would be built in indian territory

11

the current federal plan for nuclear waste management is

to resume the yucca mountain plan

12

wilbur slockish's solution to siting is to

have high ranking americans test nuclear storage safety in their own backyards

13

which of the following native american groups fought against the yucca mountain nuclear site

all of the above

14

upon what grounds did Native americans argue the yucca mountain plan violated the law

international human rights

15

what are the main environmental issues associated with nuclear waste

remains radioactive for 10,000yrs

contaminate soil-ground water

16

what are the main health issues associated with nuclear waste

causes cancer

causes genetic mutations

17

in 1987, why was Yucca mountain chosen as the designated permanent nuclear waste site

because they thought it met NWPA stipulations

18

how many states have above ground temporary nuclear waste facilities

24

19

in 2005, why did nevada's senator oppose the yucca mountain project

not enough space

20

what is president trump's position in yucca mountain

budgets 120mil to resume planning

21

in 2002, what did the inter-American commission for human rights find about the Dann V. USA court case?

found gradual encroachment was not legal

22

in 2012, on what grounds did corbin harney's group argue that yucca mountain should be a nuclear free zone

the land was never ceded

sacred land protected by 1978 rel. freedom act

risk of health violation of human rights

23

according to Grace thorpe, eleven tribes in ____ put in applications for grants to study nuclear waste, but her organization was able to stop them through education regarding health hazards

Oklahoma

24

dorothy purley urged other native american nations not to

all of the above

25

corbin harney question s

whether the federal government is trying to shorten the lives of Native Americans, or kill them.

26

wilbur slockish's solution to sitting is to

have high ranking americans test nuclear storage safety in their own backyards

27

according to Ben easterling

all of the above

28

russell jim notes that hanford nuclear reservation in washington state

all of the above

29

which of the following dangers of nuclear waste disposal is not among those that ian zabarte and gilbert sanchez point out

leakage into the underground water resources

30

hilary waukau

all of the above

31

corbin harney and gilbert sanchez point out that nuclear waste has damaged which of the wildlife that their peoples have relied upon throughout their history of thousands of years

all of the above

32

ben easterling frames the conflict in terms of

local versus national interests

33

ron johnny, wilbur slockish, and dorothy purley refer to which of the following instances of nuclear waster contamination

all of the above

34

grace thorpe take the position that

human beings should not produce anything that cannot be safely disposed