Theodore Bendoney, Tom Bendoney, and Mary Rosa Bendoney discuss being forced to relocate

BROADCAST: Nov. 6, 1986 | DURATION: 00:45:12

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Synopsis

Discussing the relocation act of 1974 with three Navajo Elders, Theodore Bendoney, Tom Bendoney and Mary Rosa Bendoney. The land they live on now is Mother Earth to them. Ten to 15,000 Navajos must move because the government wants to strip mine the oil, gas, coal and uranium that's underneath the land.