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Nellis is National Campaign Associate for Honor the Earth, an organization to promote energy justice in Native America. She is a Dine’ graduate from the University of New Mexico School of Law with dual certificates in Federal Indian Law & Natural Resources. Nellis has worked with Law Access New Mexico, DNA-People Legal Services on the Navajo reservation and has clerked for the Navajo Nation Supreme Court.
Activist and Executive Director of Honor the Earth Winona LaDuke stands in front of one of the monstrous loads of machinery.

Highway to Hell and the Roads Along the Way (Part 2 of 2)

3/29/2011 // By Nellis Kennedy-Howard

For those who do not live close enough to the tar sands to see the immediate impacts, the tar sands still have an effect on you. How? The tar sands present a major source of pollution

Highway to Hell and the Roads Along the Way (Part 1 of 2)

3/24/2011 // By Nellis Kennedy-Howard

People around the globe value the Boreal forest in Alberta, Canada for a number of reasons. For one, the forest represents ¼ of the earth’s remaining intact forest, but it is under attack from Big Oil.