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Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship’s partnership leads to public witness event at UUA’s General Assembly in June.

Elaine McArdle | 4/20/2015 | Summer 2015
Lummi Nation leaders Jewell Praying Wolf James and Jay Julius

 Jewell Praying Wolf James, director of the Lummi Nation’s Sovereignty and Treaty Protection Office, and Jay Julius, secretary of the Lummi Indian Business Council, talk about the threat a proposed coal terminal represents to Lummi lands—and the entire Pacific Northwest (Elaine McArdle).