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Drumbeat for Mother Earth

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Explores how POPs (persistent organic pollutants) contaminate the traditional food web of native peoples and are passed from one generation to another, causing cancer and other serious health problems. Addresses concerns such as what are government and industry doing about POPs, how do POPs affect indigenous peoples' relationship to nature, and how do POPs affect treaty rights.

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Runtime: 54 minutes 16 seconds

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