Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

April 25, 2013

O'odham Solidarity Project: Voices on the Border

O'odham Solidarity Project: Voices on the Border

A supporter of the O'odham Solidarity Project shares her feelings and insights after spending time with Tohono O'odham in their ancestral homeland. She describes the reality of the system in the United States and what it means here.
She reacts to learning of the militarization of O'odham homelands, the constant abuse of O'odham by US Border Patrol agents, and the ongoing power structure in the United States, which are among the most censored issues by the media.
The interview is on the western portion of Tohono O'odham land, near the so-called US/Mexico border in Arizona.

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