Environment and Human Rights Defenders: Criminals or Martyrs?
She calls it nutshimit.
For Tshaukuesh Elizabeth Penashue, it is the place where she longs to be, the place where she was born. It is the place she seeks in her dreams. The word nutshimit has many meanings: “in the country,” ” in the bush,” or “on the land.” It is often understood as being the opposite of the community or the reserve. For the Innu people, the word can also simply mean “home.”
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