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Mining for lithium, at a cost to Indigenous religions

A man in a white T-shirt and jeans stands in a desert surrounded by rocks, pointing toward mountains in the distance.

In western Arizona, the push to mine minerals for electric vehicle batteries threatens the Hualapai Tribe’s religious practices and echoes years of government overreach on Native lands.

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