Mililani Ganivet

Mililani Ganivet

Apr 04, 2022

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About This Project

Scientific and historical research on the 30 years of French nuclear tests in French-occupied Polynesia have not seriously taken into account Indigenous perspectives which led to a constricted narrative that portray Maohi people as passive victims. And yet communities of survivors have stories replete with enduring resilience and wisdom to tell. Our team seeks to highlight their narratives of enduring resilience by collecting their stories before it becomes too late.

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