Signs don't speak
The Waiãpi Indians reflect on how their concept of territory has changed since the arrival of gold prospectors in the 1970s. They recognize a need to demarcate their land in order to prevent destruction of the forest by outsiders.
|Published:||Watertown, Mass. : Documentary Educational Resources, 1996.|
|Online Access:||Alexander Street Press, Ethnographic Video Online Available to current DU students, faculty and staff|
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