‘We Don’t Want Food, But Land,’ Say Brazilian Indians

“We are very sad over the deaths of dozens of our children in recent months. While we are grateful for all the support and help they are trying to give us, we feel affronted that we are not being heard and respected in many aspects of our way of being and our rights.”

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