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MV Greenpeace visits Bella Coola, British Columbia (All Photographers) 

MV Greenpeace visits Bella Coola, British Columbia (All Photographers) 

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07/06/1994 
The MV Greenpeace travels to Canada's West Coast to visit the Nuxalk Nation in Bella Coola, British Columbia, to send a message that there is a future for forests, for fish, for oceans, and for the industries and jobs that are supported by them. Greenpeace members and the Nuxalk people challenge the Ministry of Forests and Interfor logging company to stop logging plans for the Talyu Hotsprings, one of three hot springs sacred to the Nuxalk people. 
Tzeporah Berman and Nuxalk Nation Chiefs in Canada
08 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation in Canada
08 July, 1994 
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Clearcutting near Bella Coola in Canada
08 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Action in Bella Coola
07 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Action in Bella Coola
07 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Youth on MV Greenpeace in Canada
07 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Action in Bella Coola
07 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Greets MV Greenpeace in Bella Coola
06 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Chiefs Greet MV Greenpeace in Bella Coola
06 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Chiefs Greet Greenpeace Members in Bella Coola
06 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Greets MV Greenpeace in Bella Coola
06 July, 1994 
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Nuxalk Nation Chief Ed Moody in Canada
06 July, 1994 
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