Ute protesters march to Utah uranium mill

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Ute protesters march to Utah uranium mill

Ute Mountain Utes concerned about health impacts from White Mesa
Carrying Ute Mountain Ute flags and antinuclear banners, protesters marched 3 miles from the reservation community of White Mesa to the uranium mill, owned by Energy Fuels, of Canada.
About 80 protesters gathered before a march to the White Mesa uranium mill in southeast Utah.
Fox Rodriguez, of Littleton, Colorado, said she is studying the health impacts of radiation, and holds up a sign listing diseases due to exposure.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Jacilyn Cantsee, of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe, shows her view during the protest.
Ephraim Dutchie talks with a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer about marching up to the mill gate.
The White Mesa uranium mill, south of Blanding, Utah, is the only conventional uranium mill operating in the country.

Ute protesters march to Utah uranium mill

Carrying Ute Mountain Ute flags and antinuclear banners, protesters marched 3 miles from the reservation community of White Mesa to the uranium mill, owned by Energy Fuels, of Canada.
About 80 protesters gathered before a march to the White Mesa uranium mill in southeast Utah.
Fox Rodriguez, of Littleton, Colorado, said she is studying the health impacts of radiation, and holds up a sign listing diseases due to exposure.
Jim Mimiaga/The Journal

Jacilyn Cantsee, of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe, shows her view during the protest.
Ephraim Dutchie talks with a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer about marching up to the mill gate.
The White Mesa uranium mill, south of Blanding, Utah, is the only conventional uranium mill operating in the country.
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