Sometimes There Are No Words…
Last week in the Great Bear Rainforest, we talked with a fishing guide at King Pacific Lodge in Hartley Bay. He told us that he had a Chinese client there one day who asked him what he thought of the Enbridge pipeline and the ensuing oil tankers in their waters. He said that he had no way to vocalize it… She knew he was an artist, so she asked him to draw it. And this is what he came up with.
His name is Simon Robinson and he is one of the First Nations Gitg’at people in Great Bear.
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~ by epicocity on September 16, 2010.
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