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Standing up to El Cerrejón
Can this empowered call for action to the British public counter the injustice of their businesses abroad? Reportage from Afro-Colombian, Wayúu indigenous and Latino campesino communities who defend their lands against the colonial policy of extractive industry – in this case a mega-mine owned by UK stock exchange listed giants BHP Billiton, Glencore and Anglo American.
Photo: Ines Perez, Tabaco
How do you make a difference in the world today?
Young climate activists talk about their journey into taking a stand in the lead up to COP21 in Paris.
Photo: Fatima Ibrahim, London
Visual set for Raime’s 2012-13 European album launch tour.
Dur. 42 mins.
Photo: Purcell Rooms, Southbank, London, October 13th, 2012.
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