The real Avatar: Mine – Story of a Sacred Mountain

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What will one tribe have to do to save everything they know?

http://www.survivalinternational.org/mine

Mine, narrated by Joanna Lumley, tells the story of the remote Dongria Kondh tribe’s struggle to protect Niyamgiri, the mountain they worship as a God. London-based mining company Vedanta Resources plans a vast open-pit bauxite mine in India’s Niyamgiri hills, and the Dongria Kondh know that means the destruction of their forests, their way of life, and their mountain God.

Music by Skin and Robot Club.

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2 Responses to The real Avatar: Mine – Story of a Sacred Mountain

  1. Lorraine Davis says:

    Powerful story thank you for sharing. What can be done?

  2. visionvine says:

    Awareness is a start, and ultimately a paradigm shift in the manner that we conduct commerce.

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