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martes, 28 de diciembre de 2010

Sarayaku Kaparik. The cry for dignity by ASPA Association

This documentary is about the social and cultural reality of the Kichwa people of Sarayaku.

This ancient town Ecuadorian Amazon, first-person account of the social motivations, environmental and cultural considerations leading it to be one of the few peoples of the Amazon that have been released from the yoke of oil exploitation in their territories.
We also shows the harsh reality they face every day indigenous and peasants from northeast Brazil, where oil exploration is nsinónimo of poverty, disease and pollution.
Exhibition is part of the Amazon: Kawsay Sumaq

Sarayaku kaparik. El grito por la dignidad from Asociación ASPA on Vimeo.

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