Global Activism: Organization works to safeguard cultural heritage of Panama’s Naso people

March 15, 2012

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(Sarah Antrim-Cambium)
Only about 1,000 of the remaining Naso speak their ancestral languauge; most are switching to Spanish.

Each Thursday on our Global Activism segment we hear about an individual who’s decided to work to make the world a better place. Sarah Antrim Cambium is the founder of the My Grandmother’s River Project, which aims to help the Naso, an indiginous community in Panama. The Naso are a community of 3800 and are struggling hold on to their culture and ancestral lands.