The film is based on the protest of Moroccan women, who pick strawberries in Huelva and build a polyphonic account that appeals to the structural dimension of the conflict: migration policies, the fight against north to south global extractivism, racial capitalism. It helps us reflecting on the conflict’s complexity and its representation.
In Honduras, the most dangerous place in the world to be a land defender, the Lenca and Garífuna people are not backing down. They are fighting to uphold their rights and Indigenous and Black cultures in the face of state backed megaprojects and narco-traffickers who seek to assassinate them, destroy their lands, and erase their existence.
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