Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Las Huellas del Cerrejón

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The documentary “Las Huellas Del Cerrejón” recounts the experiences of some of the people living near the largest coal mine in the world: El Cerrejón. The ‘company responsible’ as it likes to call itself, has dried up the watercourses of the area and plunged the inhabitants into sadness and desperation. They, however, remain strong and united in their determination to fight in defence of the land where they were born. Learn the truth about the ‘company responsible’ for El Cerrejón.

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Video: Sebastian Coronado Espitia. July 2017. (in Spanish)

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