In Arizona, the Black Mesa Water Coalition has been organizing Indigenous communities facing the destructive consequences of coal mining for the past decade.
What does BMWC stand for?
BMWC stands for Black Mesa Water Coalition (Arizona)
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The prayer run, organized by the Black Mesa Water Coalition (BMWC), with the help of runners Bucky Preston (Hopi) and Cardenas Redsteer (Dine/Chiricahua Apache), was designed to send the message to the Hopi and Navajo Councils, as well as the government and energy corporations, that the wasteful use of their drinking water for industrial purposes must cease.