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Global Research News Hour
Global Research News Hour Episode 352
Action/Event
Michael Welch, Stephen Corry, Judy DaSilva
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This week on the Global Research News Hour, on the day marked as Earth Day on our calendars, we devote the hour to examining how Indigenous people and tribal societies play a role in protecting our land and water and how their efforts are obstructed by governments and industry, including those who pledge to save nature. In our first half hour, We are joined by Judy DaSilva of Grassy Narrows First Nation in Canada to talk to us about the unusual convergence of with which just about every destructive event Indigenous peoples are faced. In our second half hour, an interview with Stephen Corry the former director of survivalist international, to talk about the slaughter and eviction of tribal people all over the world in the name of conservation and efforts to confront it.
Interviews by Michael Welch

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