“We dream of a Honduras where women aren’t just present but where we also make decisions. Also, black and indigenous people, sexual diversity, and people who work in the streets, the women of the maquinas. Everyone, no? And so that we be respected, listened to, and this country be ours. That’s what we dream of. It seems like a small thing to say, but it’s a monumental act of defiance."
On January 12, 2017 Surdna Foundation hosted a funder briefing led by Grassroots Global Justice Alliance and Climate Justice Alliance along with speakers from Indigenous Environmental Network and Right to the City Alliance.
Watch the video and listen to the audio below. It lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
The fight is not over, but Standing Rock is winning!
“This is a turning point, and this is a real victory, for us as Native people that have lived through genocide. And we’re still here! And we’ve never changed our story over 500 years: that you have to take care of the Earth. So that she can take care of us."
- Kandi Mossett, Indiegnous Environmental Network