2017-05-01 17:59:06

Berta Cáceres' Sister Speaks Out About the Ongoing Assassinations of Land Defenders in Honduras

The People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C., also called attention to the perilous climate for environmental justice activists worldwide, where an increasing number of land and water defenders are being murdered for their organizing efforts. During the march, DN! spoke with Neery Carrillo, the sister of murdered Honduran environmental activist Berta Cáceres.

More clips from The People's Climate March:

Kumi Naidoo: As Africa Burns, Why Is U.S. Refusing to Help Stop Catastrophic Climate Change?

 

People's Climate March: A Protest Against the Fossil Fuel Industry Taking Over the U.S. Government

 

Watch the Indigenous Water Ceremony That Opened the People's Climate March in Washington, D.C.

 

Indigenous Leader Kandi Mossett: "It's Not OK for Our Women to Die Because We Want to Protect Water"

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