Sunday, December 5, 2010

Casey Camp at Via Campesina!

Now at Via Campesina Cancun: Casey Camp, (second from right) joins Ofelia Rivas, Robert Free, Sarah James and more climate heroes! PCheck Spellinghoto copyright Brenda Norrell.
At La Via Campesina, Ofelia Rivas, O'odham, sang a sacred water song tonight. Indigenous Peoples are now speaking on the theft of their natural resources by corporations. While speaking on the scam of carbon trading, Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, asked Casey Camp, Ponca, to stand. Goldtooth said because of the carbon credits of Conoco Phillips, the Ponca in Oklahoma continue to die from the pollution. Carbon trading is a means of allowing corporations to pollute and continue the genocide of Indigenous Peoples. Read more ...

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