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August 2, 2021

Byron marches‪ against Monsanto‬

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Video Sharon Shostak

 

Photos Eve Jeffery


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  1. Another great video, thank you for helping us to spray love over the land and say no to corporation that want to still our natural heritage, our seeds, regard Nadia

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