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2 hours ago

AshaKiran

Berta Cáceres inspired people around the world when she took a stand to protect land rights in Honduras, the deadliest place to be an environmental activist. She rallied her indigenous Lenca community to oppose one of Central America’s biggest hydropower projects, the Agua Zarca Dam, which would have left hundreds of Lenca people without water, food and medicine supply.

And they won: her grassroots campaign stopped the construction, and convinced the World Bank and the world's largest dam contractor, Sinohydro, to pull out of the project. This fight earned Cáceres the Goldman Environmental Prize in 2015, but it also cost her her life a year later. She was shot in her home, barely a week after leading her last march.

A recent international investigation concluded that the company leading the project, Desarrollos Energéticos S.A., could be involved in her murder. So far, eight men have been charged for the crime, including two employees from the company and three military officers who were part of US-backed special forces units.

On #HumanRightsDay, we remember how Berta’s life and death have shed light on the battle for land rights in the Americas.
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23 hours ago

AshaKiran

Fashion Passion PoetryDec 21, 5:30pm2222 Governors Dr SE, Huntsville, AL 35801-1462, United StatesFood. Poetry. Drinks. Fashion Show. Raffle. Jewelry. Dance

Sparkle your night away to bring the joy of Christmas to children living in the slums of Uganda. Please bring tiny and very lightweight gifts. We will personally be delivering everything in the Spring of 2018.

Brought to you by @[540971962709227:274:Blossomwood Foundation] , @[204628352949046:274:Alabama Fashion Alliance] , @[510157212:2048:Evan Grey]
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3 days ago

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Understanding Compassion
Understanding Compassion <3

Let Go, And You Can Truly Have <3
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Understanding Compassion
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