KEEP THE OIL IN THE GROUND

Nina Gualinga – An indigenous woman from the Kichwa people of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon. She is an environmental activist and Indigenous Rights defender. She’s the perfect example of a strong and powerful woman. Protecting her people and their ancestral land with everything she has.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. LAMarcom
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 11:39:15

    You know, or perhaps you don’t know…
    I Have Comanche Blood Running Rampant Through My Veins. This is Why I love The ‘Fire-Water–
    And Ever’ Thing Else of MY Heritage.

    (Thanks Great Gran’Ma!”)

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  2. LAMarcom
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 11:40:32

    I LOVE This POST!
    Thank You!

    Reply

  3. LAMarcom
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 11:50:06

    Actually, I could be Part Cherokee, but I have seen her Photo–My Daddy Kept it in his bed-room until he died.
    No Sterner, more determined visage have I ever seen. ’till now.
    Definitely Comanche.

    Wish I could’ve met her–if only for just -a-brief moment in time.

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  4. LAMarcom
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 11:52:29

    And
    Yes!
    Your Post Moved Me to Remembrance Tears.

    Happy Now?

    Reply

  5. Giannis Pit
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 12:34:22

    A fighing woman, a personality, an activist. A leader in the light. Congratulations.

    Reply

  6. Ashley
    Jun 07, 2022 @ 14:13:09

    Wonderful pictures and now I want to find out more about this beautiful person! Here is someone with the wisdom of the earth running in her veins!

    Reply

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