Environmentalists attack Indian Tribe for Building a Skywalk over a small Portion of Grand Canyon

Fox News has a nice discussion of the controversy here. This just seems bizarre to me. The structure looks beautiful, and it is extremely small. It extends out only 70 feet over the edge. You can't even begin to see the skywalk from the canyon floor. The canyon is 300 miles long. This isn't in the national park portion of the canyon that is owned by the Federal government. In any case, the design and color of the skywalk blends in well with its surroundings. By the way, the Indian tribe has a 50 percent unemployment rate and it is extremely poor. It is a case of rich environmentalists versus poor people how are responsibly trying to make a few dollars off the land that they live on.



Blogger Zendo Deb said...

This is not a new phenomenon. Environmentalists never care about the poor. Take a look at "Mine Your Own Business." A movie that points out this fact in spades - about mines in various parts of the world opposed by the rich, supported by the poor.

3/20/2007 10:07 PM  
Blogger Zendo Deb said...


3/20/2007 10:09 PM  

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