Ugandans reflect on how palm oil farming is encroaching on their livelihood and their freedom.
Filmmaker: Jason Taylor
Disenfranchised Ugandans speak about how they have been intimidated and bullied off their lands as palm oil farmers take over their acreage.
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Crops that once meant an income to pay for their children’s education and a means to put food on their families’ dinner tables have come under threat as the palm oil industry.
One mother trying to survive says: “We used to be able to walk without fear. But now we are scared … We are feeling very sad because our environment is being destroyed. They have taken all our forests and cut them down.”
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