Jethro Tulin, an indigenous activist from Papua New Guinea, was in Canada last week to speak out against a recent spike in human rights abuses attributed to a Canadian barrick gold mine in his local community. He stopped by CKUT September 12, 2014. He has waged an international battle against Barrick Gold, a Canadian company, for over a decade. He was in Canada to speak with government officials and to raise concerns about a recent spike in human rights violations in his home community. CKUT’s Aaron Lakoff sat down with Jethro last Friday. Here is their conversation!