NWF Fetes Mendes, Slain Labor Leader

June 1989
National Wildlife (World Edition);Jun/Jul89, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p28
Reports on the National Wildlife Federation's recognition of slain Brazilian labor leader and environmentalist Francisco Mendes with its 1989 National Conservation Achievement Award. Mendes' accomplishments.


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