The end of Rio: Brazil’s indigenous groups facing a government battle — msamba

Originally posted on A destination for development-related news: Chiara Campanelli: In Brazil a small group of indigenous people called Munduruku have been battling the Brazilian institution to get the recognition of their lands for years. Munduruku, Guarani and other indigenous groups living in the Amazon Forest are facing a hard battle to get the protection…

via The end of Rio: Brazil’s indigenous groups facing a government battle — msamba

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