Analyzing the Conditions of Tamazight Language Revitalization in Morocco.
In the Midelt region of Morocco, the construction of the Tamalout Dam threatens to flood a nearby Amazigh village called Tizinzou. This would displace the villagers and pose other harms to the environment. Photo Credit: Nadir Bouhmouch
Guiche people in Oudaya, a town close to Rabat, suffer continual eviction from their land by the Moroccan government for residential development. Photo Credit: Landless Moroccans Documentary
In a case of green grabbing, the royal family and state of Morocco leased land for a solar plant project in Ouarzazate, in turn harming local communities by taking away pasture land. Image Credit: CNN
Amazigh in Imider, Morocco have faced alarming depletion and contamination of their groundwater resources because of a large silver mine. Photo from Al Jazeera
Jerada is a small mining town in the Al Hoceima region of Morocco. Rif people face horrible living conditions due to the government’s preference to allow extractive industries such as mining, rather than develop programs and services for Rif people. Photo Credit: Public Radio International