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The Struggle for Indigenous Rights: From Chiapas to Hawaii

Program #TRAH002. Recorded in Boulder, CO on May 04, 1995.

Indigenous peoples throughout the world are asserting their rights. Chiapas in southern Mexico and Hawaii in the north Pacific are two of the most important struggles. Land, language and cultural autonomy are central to their demands. Their lands are not theme parks. Native peoples are not exotic colonies. They represent values, traditions and sensitivities that are essential to planetary well-being.


Haunani-Kay Trask

Haunani-Kay Trask is a prominent voice for indigenous rights in Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. She is Director of the Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaii and the author of From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawaii.

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