Sioux protest the Keystone XL pipeline
British Columbia natives struggle with exploitation
Penokee Hills Harvest and Education Camp
We went to the camp last month, and we had a good visit with Mel, and took a walk through the woods. This place, like ours, to the south, is simply beautiful..and these people that plan to remove these Hills, have no real idea, of the sacredness and peace that I felt wandering through the trees, and feeling the closeness of the people and the land.
indigenous movement protesting the US state department
corporate colonialism in Tanzania