Gabrielino Band of Mission Indians denounces nature center

Tribal leaders say the facility planned for the Whittier Narrows wildlife sanctuary would threaten ancestral lands. Members of the Gabrielino Band of Mission Indians gathered at the Whittier Narrows wildlife sanctuary on Thursday to denounce plans to build a $22-million discovery center on a site they regard as ancestral lands.

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