Local Native People Say Adverse Effects of Indian Boarding Schools Continue
Militia Leader Calls for Demonstrations Against Shasta County District Attorney
“As members of the county, we should be fearful of a public figure in a position of power succumbing to biased and unconstitutional pressure from others in Shasta County leadership,” Clendenen wrote. “Let’s keep draining our own swamp from corrupt leadership by taking action now.”
With Fountain Wind Appeal Pending, Pit River Tribe Continues Battle for Sacred Sites
The Pit River Tribe scored a temporary victory when the Shasta County Planning Commissioners voted down the Fountain Wind green energy project on June 22. But ConnectGen’s appeal of that decision, filed June 25, is now pending.
Adena’s Family Says County “Stonewalled” Requests for Autopsy Results After His Death in Custody
The delay in the release of the autopsy report to the family complicated their legal options, a lawyer for the Adena family, Julia Sherwin, says. Family and friends of John Adena will hold a A Rally for Justice June 29th, at 5 pm at the gazebo in Lake Redding Park.
One Year Ago,Today: How George Floyd’s Murder Galvanized Community Organizing in Shasta County
The June protest was only the beginning. Community organizing mushroomed in Shasta County in the months that followed, even though local progressive organizers were met by a related surge in the activity of self-described “militias” and related groups.