Tax cuts threaten sacred places

Right now in Washington, D.C., Congress is making decisions that will affect my future and that of my people - the Gwich’in Nation of Alaska and Canada.

A critical part of our ancestral homelands, the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge - one of the world’s last untouched places - could be lost to the thirst for oil.

Some in Congress want to open the area to drilling and use the revenue to offset tax cuts for the wealthy. And this is while, President Trump is quietly permitting companies to take the first steps towards drilling here.


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