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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

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The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples Day is observed on August 9 every year to promote and protect the rights of the indigenous people.

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

  • “We are lagging far behind comparable countries in overcoming the disadvantages Indigenous people face.” » Malcolm Fraser

  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

  • “We are not myths of the past, ruins in the jungle, or zoos. We are people and we want to be respected, not to be victims of intolerance and racism.” » Rigoberta Menchu Firstpeoples.org

  • “In every Indigenous community I’ve been in, they absolutely do want community infrastructure and they do want development, but they want it on their own terms. They want to be able to use their national resources and their assets in a way that protects and sustains them. Our territories are our wealth, the major assets we have. And Indigenous people use and steward this property so that they can achieve and maintain a livelihood, and achieve and maintain that same livelihood for future generations.” » Rebecca Adamson

  • “If people lose their land, they have nothing. You lose your land — you lose your culture, you lose self.” » Richard Gere

  • “My experience in living and working with indigenous people has given me the hope that I have – they have taught me concretely that humans have the capacity to be marvelous, and not destructive.” » Juan Pablo Orrego

  • “Solutions will not be found while Indigenous people are treated as victims for whom someone else must find solutions.” » Malcolm Fraser

  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

  • “The role of globalization is to homogenize all cultures, and to turn them into commodified markets, and therefore, to make them easier for global corporations to control. Global corporations are even now trying to commodify all remaining aspects of national cultures, not to mention indigenous cultures.” » Jerry Mander

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “I guess you could say that we indigenous people are on the verge of turning it all upside down.” » Pauline Tangiora

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes
  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes

Indigenous Peoples Day Quotes
  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “The truth is nobody can own anything. That was an unheard-of concept among indigenous people. We invented that.” » Tom Shadyac

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  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

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  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

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  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

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  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

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  • “We are now facing a difficult situation in Peru, where there are attempts to cut back the territorial rights of the indigenous peoples, including moves to divide, fragment and privatize our communal organizations. Now more than ever, it is a matter of urgency for us to consolidate our own indigenous alternatives for development.” » Evaristo Nugkuag Ikanan

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