The desperate plight of the Apache nation

Published on Aug 8, 2017

Ole Dammegard interviews Shush from the Apache Nation, direct from the San Carlos reservation in Arizona, USA. Together they go through everything from the apache tribe’s impressive history, famous individuals such as Cochise and Geronimo, traditions, and culture, to their native tongue and body language. Shush also explains about the Apache nation’s difficult current situation, where living conditions are like in a prison camp while the area they live in has been used almost as a genetic laboratory, sprayed and deliberately poisoned with Agent Orange and massive amounts of other heavy toxins from companies like Monsanto.

 

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