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Indigenous Resistance Against Carbon

“The Indigenous Environmental Network, formed in 1990, demonstrates the significant contributions that Native Americans have made to the Environmental Justice Movement. The Indigenous Environmental Network is “an international coalition of more than forty grassroots Indian environmental justice groups based in Bemidji, Minnesota.” It was originally formed because of a small group of activists who wanted to “strategize on how to beat a toxic waste incinerator proposed for their community.” Now, the Indigenous Environmental Network is still present in fighting a multitude of environmental justice issues that involve Native Americans.” Indigenous Environmental Network

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