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Fight over Proposed Sargent Ranch Quarry is Shaping Up to be Silicon Valley’s Standing Rock

Robert Raymond November 28, 2019 The Bay Area’s Amah Mutsun Tribal Band is fighting to reclaim what it calls its holiest site—Juristac, located in southern Santa Clara County.

 

Just past noon on Sep. 8, hundreds of people gather in prayer. This isn’t a typical Sunday church service, though.

The congregation has come to the end of a 5-mile march, a pilgrimage that began at Mission San Juan Bautista in San Benito County and ended at a place now known as Sargent Ranch at Santa Clara County’s southernmost edge, half an hour south of central San Jose

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