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The Amazon is burning - The flames of 21st-century resistance inspired by indigenous women. True tales from 25 years of Vigilante activities in defense of native peoples of Amazonia by the Caribbean's most radical indigenous rights activist.

"Damon Corrie tells the world a story of courage, determination, love for the land and the quest for Justice from Indigenous peoples' perspective. A story that has been intentionally ignored by the colonizers with their attempts to erase Caribbean Indigenous Peoples's place in history - but Damon's tenacity reveals that finally his peoples' story will be told."

Katsi'tsakwas Ellen Gabriel Wakeniáhton - Turtle Clan

Mohawk activist, artist, & official spokesperson for the people of the Longhouse during the 1990 Oka Crisis in Canada

"A warrior is called to sacrifice and activate liberation in all respects. Seek the sacred and chase the truth with humility".

Chase Iron-Eyes

American Indian activist, attorney, politician, and a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, USA.

"Refreshing, empowering...., the much needed non-apologetic stance of an Indigenous "Guaribo" Warrior in the 21st Century!"

Tai Pelletier

Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, & Environmental Rights Advocate, Puerto Rico, Caribbean

"As a young Chief of the Kalinago in Dominica 39 years ago, I experienced what it was like to become the target of an attempted coup by a hostile Caribbean Neo-Colonial government, just for re-asserting my peoples inherent rights as recognized under International Law, So I applaud brother Damon's noble and fearless efforts to bring justice to our oppressed peoples in Amazonia!"

Chief Irvince Auguiste

Most famous leader of the Kalinago Tribal Nation of Dominica island, Caribbean

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2019
October 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
118
Pages
PUBLISHER
Damon Corrie
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
307.9
KB

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