Full Video |04:03

Full Video |04:03

This video features human rights defender Ka Hsaw Wa, a Burmese activist and co-founder of Earth Rights International. Despite being captured and tortured, he worked tirelessly to document and expose human rights abuses by the oil company, Unocal, holding them accountable for their actions against the Burmese people.


©2018 Discovery Education| Grade(s) 6-8, 9-12

Related Topics

  • Burma
  • corporate responsibility
  • EarthRights International
  • environmental protection
  • human rights
  • Ka Hsaw Wa
  • military dictatorship
  • Myanmar
  • RFK
  • Robert F. Kennedy
  • speak truth to power

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