We are currently running a fundraiser to repair a school for an indigenous population at risk. We gave digital cameras to the children of a remote Wiwa village, had them photograph their lives with community permission and we are selling the photos to fix their village school. In their school they practice a dying indigenous language. There are only 16,000 Wiwa left and only 60% of them speak their native language Damana. Please help us get donations by sharing on your social networks and community groups!
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