Focusing on the indigenous people of Sarawak, this article explores the authors learned biases as well as the dispelling of myths through hands on experiences in Malaysia. Over the period of a couple days, it becomes apparent that the indigenous people in Sarawak are not victims of systems of oppression, but survivors who continue to fight for their land rights and livelihoods.
Weinlein, Elizabeth '17
"Indigenous People, Development and Environmental Justice: Narratives of the Dayak People of Sarawak, Malaysia,"
1, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/envirolabasia/vol1/iss1/6
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