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While community opposition to the mine grows, friends still argue over what's best.
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“We were never invited to the table. We have a right to be part of the community-driven process.”
“Why did you put this ... where people don’t speak the language, so you think they can’t protest?”
“Go get all of ... the food and we will cook it together and eat as a community.”
"All of the dogs and cats you see here are the family member that hasn’t been found yet."
"That dog meant so much to us until it’s ridiculous."
"After Bealice died, it was Bandit and me in this big house."
“We are the garbage collectors. Always blessed.”
“Egypt must be famous for recycling. Here, we recycle 80 percent of what we collect.”
“This is going to go to a landfill. This is going to a hole in the earth.”
“Our wealth is imaginary. It comes from soil.”
“The first thing I do is I put my hand in the ground and I eat it.”
“God made dirt, dirt don’t hurt, put it in your mouth and let it work.”