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Wolka Namek (Let's walk with me, mate)


Wolka Namek (Let's walk with me, mate):

Hybrid tribesman Leo Mouyuend is walking the talk. After spending years protecting his Marind lands and culture through paintings, songs and videos, he is now Bibikem village head. He is now facing MIFEE companies head on.

Link: http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/X7KcK1AltUVL/info/wolka-namek-lets-walk-with-me-mate/

Thanks a lot
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Wensislaus Fatubun

Writer/Documentary Filmmaker
blogspot: http://wensiakupapua.blogspot.com/
Website: http://www.papuanvoices.net

ENDS

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