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Yet many Nubians still long to return, even those settled in the country’s major cities in the north.
Darker-skinned Nubians, who have long suffered from discrimination and marginalization, compare themselves to Native Americans.
Like them, Nubian identity and culture is inextricably “connected to the land and environment,” especially the Nile, explained the distinguished Nubian writer and veteran activist Haggag Oddoul, himself born and raised in Alexandria.
Last year, as the Standing Rock protests in the United States were making international headlines, protests by another indigenous minority on the other side of the world to protect its ancestral lands gained much less attention.
In southern Egypt, young Nubian activists led a demonstration against the government’s decision to sell part of what remains of this land — villages in Forkund — to investors for a state-backed agricultural megaproject.
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Many of them have only known their ancestral lands through the stories of their parents and grandparents, and Nubian literature and music mourning their loss.