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Ecuador: I’m a defender of the forest, which gives us life, energy and strength

The struggle of an indigenous Amazonian people in defence of their rights and the land on which they live, in Sarayaku, Ecuador — against the oil companies, the military and the government.

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Video: in Kichwa and Spanish, with English subtitles. 2017

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