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Native Women Speak out at COP27 in Egypt: No More Stolen Sisters, No Fossil Fuel Greenwashing

Julia Fay Bernal, Sandia Pueblo, in Egypt at COP27.

Native Women Speak out at COP27 in Egypt: No More Stolen Sisters, No Fossil Fuel Greenwashing

Article by Brenda Norrell
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Native women from North America joined Indigenous women from around the world speaking out against the greenwashing at the UN Climate Summit in Egypt. Pointing out that fossil fuel man camps have become clusters of abusers in Indian country,  they sent their voices out to the world: "No More Stolen Sisters," and "No More Stolen Relatives."

"Our Pueblo people have fought against colonialism," said Julia Fay Bernal, Sandia Pueblo, at COP27 in Egypt.

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