The State of Indigenous People, Part II: A World Power

In the second of a two-part WGBH series, producer Phillip Martin reports on the political and economic power of indigenous people worldwide. From Bolivia to Australia to Hawaii, indigenous people are scoring significant victories in their struggle for land and political power — despite persistent poverty and repression by governments attempting to contain their newly acquired clout.

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