Honeywell loses pollution lawsuit, land goes back to The Onondaga Nation

My indigenous side has something to celebrate today:

The Onondaga Nation is set to regain over 1,000 acres of ancestral land in central New York in what the Department of Interior calls “one of the largest returns of land to an Indigenous nation by a state.”

Zoe Sottile, CNN

How did this happen? Honeywell was caught polluting the land:

The land was previously owned by Honeywell, which was ordered to sign over the title and full ownership of the property to the Onondaga Nation by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as part of a settlement reached over Honeywell’s contamination of the environment.

Let justice roll