Indigenous Peoples from around the world represent a disproportionate number of refugees and internally displaced persons due to a number of reasons, including conflict. They are one of the main targets of violence, displacing them from their ancestral land and territories. Vulnerability to displacement as an intersectional issue is often overlooked, a situation that has further increased the vulnerability of these populations.
This TV program recounts a story of displacement from Myanmar (Burma), mainly the experience of Nwe Oo, an Indigenous Rakhine refugee who is currently taking shelter in California, United States.
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