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Running Up That Hill by Favianna Rodriguez
This piece celebrates indigenous women and their fight against multinational water corporations. Following the implementation of NAFTA and “Free Trade”, land and water that had once been held communally by native people or seen as being property of the public became available for private ownership. The small circles in the background of the piece reflect the increasing absence of water. 

Running Up That Hill by Favianna Rodriguez

This piece celebrates indigenous women and their fight against multinational water corporations. Following the implementation of NAFTA and “Free Trade”, land and water that had once been held communally by native people or seen as being property of the public became available for private ownership. The small circles in the background of the piece reflect the increasing absence of water. 



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