Indigenous Women Cement Their Feet to Protest Destruction of Sacred Lands

Documentary film 'Our Mothers' Land' follows women in Indonesia who have been instrumental in fighting against the government for Indigenous land rights. Journalist Febriana Firdaus traveled to four regions across the country to learn about how they're pushing against deforestation and encroachment by miners and other developers. One of the groups — the 'Kartinis of Kendeng' — cemented their feet outside the presidential palace to protest the destruction of a sacred hill by a mining company. This video "Indigenous Women Cement Their Feet to Protest Destruction of Sacred Lands ", first appeared on https://nowthisnews.com.