he book traces the incredible struggle of Wangari Maathai. With the green belt movement, Africa's largest reforestation project, she is waging a fierce fight with Kenyan women against deforestation. Thirty million trees have been planted in thirty years. Its ecological crusade comes up against the full force of the regime. She is the victim of police brutality and harassment.
Through her personal story, Wangari, the little peasant girl who became a Nobel Prize winner, demonstrates that simple gestures are enough to bring about profound social and political upheavals. His uncompromising testimony is a message of hope as much as a plea for action. It also concludes with a single watchword:
"We have the right neither to tire nor to give up."
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The one who plants the trees
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