Drumbeat for Mother Earth (1999)
Color, 54 min.
Producers/Directors: Joseph DiGangi & Amon Giebel
Many scientists and tribal people consider persistent toxic chemicals to be the greatest threat to the long-term survival of Indigenous Peoples. Drumbeat for Mother Earth explores how these chemicals contaminate the traditional food web, violate treaty rights and travel long distances. The video features testimony from a variety of Indigenous Nations in the U.S., Central America and the Arctic as well as interviews with scientists, activists, and the chemical industry.
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