CERRO DE PASCO: DEEP GRAVE| 48mins
Director: Alvaro and Diego Sarmiento | Producer: ALVARO SARMIENTO
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Peru
Every day, Pasco citizens suffer the impact of lead in their blood, TNT explosions, and other abuses of the Peruvian mining enterprise, Volcan. As a consequence of the mining, the city and its 80,000 citizens need to be relocated to another area while the company continues its operations on top of their homes and buildings.
CERRO DE PASCO: DEEP GRAVE | 48mins
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