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Indigenous activists are united in a cause and are making themselves heard at COP26

Indigenous activists from around the world are in Glasgow for COP26, but say the same legacy of colonialism that has led to climate-related losses has impacted their access to the conference.

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Lounge Piranha Going Nowhere
Dreams Young & Sick
Butterscotch Makaya McCraven
60s Ballad Donkeychote
Rosegold DonVayei
Mislead Children 10
Funky Holiday Will Sessions
Ocean Blue Jesse Cook
Autumn Story Firekites

Ruth Miller is among a group of young Indigenous activists who have come to add their voice to COP26. Wilson Center hide caption

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Indigenous activists are united in a cause and are making themselves heard at COP26

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