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Colombia's resilient Wayuu resist global and local threats

Colombia's largest Indigenous ethnic group preserves vibrant traditions in the face of a potentially desolate future

La Guajira is a dry and windy peninsular desert region between Northeast Colombia and Northwest Venezuela. The striking landscape has been harsh and borderline uninhabitable for many thousands of years.   The southernmost parts of the peninsula border the slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range, where the principal waterway of La Guajira is born, […]

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