Sept. 12, 2021, Sunday morning one hundred Native Americans gathered at a place called Peehee mu’huh, or Rotten Moon, to memorialize the 1865 slaughter of a band of Paiute families, their bodies desecrated, and the remains strewn across the desert by the U.S. Army and settlers. The site is also the location of the proposed Lithium Americas Thacker Pass lithium project. Photos and article Another Round at the Say When: The Massacre of the Rotten Moon by John M. Glionna.