Activism by indigenous groups in Latin America is on the rise. In addition to environmental issues, they also have concerns about access to education and job discrimination. Christopher Sabatini, the senior director of policy at the Council of the Americas joins Daljit Dhaliwal.
Sabatini discusses how globalization, democracy and the search for natural resources are contributing to the increase in indigenous political movements. He also explains who is being effected and how activism is impacting countries across the region.