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Nonviolent resistance of the Innu Indians of Labrador to invasion and exploitation by multinational industrial and military interests.
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Box 7941
Missoula , MT 59807
Contact Person: Storm Waters
Phone: 406-728-0867
Fax: 406-327-1209
E-Mail: storm@wildrockies.org
Website: http://www.wildrockies.org/cmcr/Campaign/labrador.html

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The Innu Indians are one of the last aboriginal hunting cultures left on the continent. They inhabit part of the largest roadless wilderness left on the continent. Encroaching mining, logging, hydro-electric, and military entities threaten ecological and cultural devastation. The Innu mount a steadfast and growing nonviolent resistance to this destruction.

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