Tom, as you can see this is a beautiful mountain and it is important to my community because it is home of the Crown Dancer.Ga'am, a Mountain Sprit .There is continuous culture and religion on these mountains
I understand that Angela, but that is a perfect location to build our telescope, it fulfills every requirement to build a telescope.
See if the University of Arizona chooses to place the telescope on our mountain, it will block the flow of our prayers
What do you mean?
Seeing as Mt.Graham is a sacred area, it should be protected under the Establishment Clause
This mountain is of great importance to the Apache, Angela, a member of the Apache explains that it is important because it is home of Crown Dancers. Ga'am, a mountain spirit, has passed songs of life down through generations. This kept the tribe, culture history, and religion alive.
Well, the Establishment Clause prohibits government actions that unduly favor one religion over the other.
How does that apply to Mt.Graham if it is just nature?
The undue burden is that if the telescopes that the University of Arizona wants to place will descerate their only mountain and block the flow of their prayers.
Mt. Graham holds a very significant
Angela explains to Tom that Mt. Graham should be protected under the Establishment Clause.