Silent River
Corporate Pollution in Mexico

Silent River - Corporate Pollution in Mexico
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Julieta

This is an interesting documentary showcasing the devastating impacts of the North American free trade agreement. I can't believe so little is being done to protect the people of El Salto. I particularly enjoy that the film focuses on Sofia's personal connection to the Santiago River, as well ...Read more

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