“I wonder what it’s going to be like for [my grandkids]… all anybody wants is to live in peace, they don’t want anything done to their land. They say that was our land, but not anymore. I don’t think we have land anymore. It’s all theirs. [The oil companies] can do whatever they want to it and just throw a whole bunch of money to people.” - Sue
In northwest New Mexico, in the heart of Greater Chaco, local indigenous people are standing up for their rights to proper protections against unfettered oil and gas development ravaging their homeland.