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 “Before they told us we didn’t exist;

now they know we do.” 

Meybi Chamarra, Secretary of the Wounaan National Congress

 PRESS

SOCIAL MEDIA

VIDEO

Can you care for people you’ve never heard of? 

Doing so has raised the profile of indigenous peoples and their issues inside and outside Panama.

We at Native Future think that’s pretty hard to do. So we collaborate with journalists, photographers, videographers and communications specialists to help our indigenous partners document and communicate their story to a greater audience. Our work has resulted in front-page articles and featured videos, and has increased indigenous capacity to work with the press and manage social and other media.
 

PRESS

La Prensa

Author: Verónica Gutiérrez

La Prensa in Panama

Author: Guido Bilbao

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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Author: Guido Bilbao

En Español

Mongabay

Series: Indigenous Peoples and Conservation

Author: Guido Bilbao

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Author: Guido Bilbao

En Español

SOCIAL MEDIA

Wounaan Congress

Congreso Nacional del Pueblo Wounaan

Wounaan Podpa Nʌm Pömaam

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Newsletter

April 2019

Defenders of the Darién

Los defensores del Darién

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Native Lines - La Trocha de Platanares

"The winter in North America is the dry season in Panama. For Wounaan communities on the Pacific Coast of Panama’s Darien, the dry season means a high-stakes conflict with illegal loggers invading their land and stripping their forests . . ."

VIDEOS

Our Work is not Done

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