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15 Other Indigenous Struggles You Need to Know About | Global Justice Ecology Project

20.10.16

15 Other Indigenous Struggles You Need to Know About | Global Justice Ecology Project: All over the world today, Indigenous Peoples are confronting the destructive practices of industry—leading the charge against climate change while defending the lakes, forests and food systems that all of us depend on. At the same time, they are blocking governments from weakening basic rights and freedoms and turning to the courts of the world to correct over 500 years of historical wrongs. And all the while, Indigenous Peoples are breathing new life into the biocultural legacies that have the potential to sustain the entire human race until the sun goes nova.


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