FORGOTTEN PEOPLE
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CORPORATE OFFICERS

Don Yellowman, President
P O Box 1289 Tuba City, AZ 86045
Email: don@forgottennavajopeople.com
Cell #:928 640-6110



Russell John, Vice President

P O Box 829 Tuba City, AZ 86045
928 206-3738



Jean Williams, Treasurer

P O Box 343 Tuba City, AZ 86045
Phone #: 928-401-6031

Valerie Kenneth, Secretary
P O Box 266 Cameron, AZ 86020
Email: valk303@gmail.com
Phone#: 928 225-6329

See video above featuring Don Yellowman, President for the Forgotten People and advocate for rehabilitating the former Bennett Freeze and preserving the Dine spiritual, traditional and cultural Life-ways on the Navajo Nation. The Bennett Freeze comprises of 9 communities forced to live in third world conditions as depicted in the short video. This exemplifies Structural Violence when people are forced to haul water and live without electricity.

 

The Forgotten People members are primarily made up of elders living in these very inhumane conditions. To help minimize their suffering we partner with many renewable energy experts to support sustainable solutions. The Plateau Solar Project is one solution that was funded to install solar and wind powered systems to our elders in remote areas on the Navajo Nation.

 

But NOW, during this already harsh Winter, there are many days without sun that cause the systems to fail operating...thus our dilemma is to maintain the existing system with back up power by providing them with generators.

 

The immediate need is NOW…we are asking for your Tax deductible donations to purchase 50 generators at $500 each to be installed immediately.

 

Additional funding is also needed to help empower our people with the training required to maintain the systems to ensure they run optimally…and reduce the demand causing them to overload….again creating further failures…and exposing them to the harsh weather without electricity to light and heat their homes.


Again, your DONATIONS if made before December 31st are deductible if made through our Fiscal Partner Purpose Focused Alternative Learning Corporation, an IRS recognized 501C3 Tax Exempt Charity



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PRESS CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 1, 2012: FORGOTTEN PEOPLE PRESIDENT DON YELLOWMAN CALLS FOR CREATION OF A NAVAJO PEOPLE'S OWN WEB BASED URANIUM DETECTION NETWORK ON NAVAJO NATION TO FINALLY BRING AN END 70 YEARS OF DEADLY URANIUM CONTAMINATION AND OFFICIAL DENIALS. SEE PRESS RELEASE...

FORGOTTEN NAVAJO PEOPLE HAVE AN INALIENABLE RIGHT TO CLEAN AIR, WATER AND HOMELANDS; WE CALL ON NAVAJO NATION AND UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO FUND URANIUM CONTAMINATION REMEDIATION ON THE NAVAJO NATION; HONOR THE MORATORIUM OF URANIUM MINING UNTIL ALL REMEDIATION IS COMPLETE AND SUPPORT SCIENTIFIC RADIATION CONTAMINATION DATA COLLECTION AND EDUCATION OUTREACH PROGRAM THAT SUPPORTS THE WELL-BEING OF DINE TODAY AND FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO COME
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Forgotten People CDC is a Charitable Organization dedicated to advancing the interests of social justice for the Navajo Nation and its people.

Forgotten People CDC supports the inalienable rights of the Navajo People in the preservation of Sacred Lands, as well as access to clean water and to clean air. 

Forgotten People CDC seeks complete transparency in the operations of government and believes without exception that government must be conducted by the People, for the People



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The Navajo people have a rich culture and history and have made many sacrifices for the good of all who live in America.

Learn more about our efforts to combat the effects of uranium pollution, to improve commerce, to preseve sacred lands, to improve the living conditions for the Navajo people, and to promote the use of renewable energy...
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Forgotten People  CDC is a charitable  organization incorporated under the laws of Navajo Nation in 2007
(Forgotten People Community Development Corporation, Inc.) 
Our members advocate to protect the Sovereignty of the Navajo People and for Social, Environmental and Economic Justice.

 
 
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