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Uncle Chappy and the Gold

June 3, 2008

Uncle Chappy and the Gold

Uncle Chappy and the Gold

Wiradjuri elder Neville Williams of Lake Cowal, Australia, in Montreal. Williams and other Indigenous leaders from the South Pacific traveled to Canada to confront Barrick Gold at its AGM in Toronto. The group demanded compensation for human rights abuses perpetrated by the company in its operations overseas.

by Allan Cedillo Lissner

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