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David Bond · May, 2013

I had a camera to document both the wonder and the horror around me. My camera was stolen (go figure) so now I write and talk. My passion is Tapuio, the side of a mountain in Espírito Santo where I do almost daily battle with hunters and destroyers. In my spare time, I teach English and French and dedicate some of my time to Global Voices. Global Voices gives sound to voices otherwise unheard, forgotten. I like that.

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Latest posts by David Bond from May, 2013

26 May 2013

A Thin Line Between Democracy and Independence in French Polynesia

On the heels of French Polynesian anti-independence politician Gaston Flosse's victory in the islands' presidential elections earlier this month, the United Nations has adopted a resolution calling on France to...

15 May 2013

Uprooted by Brazilian Power Plant, River Residents Try to Rebuild

Due to flooding caused by the Jirau power plant under construction in the Brazilian Amazon, river dwellers were removed to a village specially built to house displaced victims. Unable to...

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