Dira Dawa, Northern Ethiopia, January 2007

Inside emergency shelter camp, following massive flooding which left thousands of villagers homeless.

08 March 2012

Native Americans at Pine Ridge Protest Keystone Pipeline, Block Trucks

Opposition to this new, massive investment in fossil fuel infrastructure is growing, and becoming universal. Read below how a group of Native Americans, living in one of the economically weakest areas in North America, this week stood up to the most powerful industry the world has ever known. (Native people in Western Canada are doing the same thing against the pipeline too.)


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