Biden designates indigenous ancestral land in El Paso a national monument

Posted on AllSides March 21st, 2023
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A historical landscape known as Castner Range is now a national monument, President Biden announced Tuesday. The swath of land in El Paso, Tex., which generations of Latinos have fought to preserve, spans about 7,000 acres and is situated along the Rio Grande. The move came as part of a larger announcement from Biden, who said over half a million acres in Nevada and Texas are becoming national monuments. The president is also instituting a marine sanctuary in U.S. waters near the Pacific Remote Islands near Hawaii. These are “natural...

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