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Brazilian Indians who learned the Portuguese and received
some schooling are being expelled from their lands and forced to live in
servitude closer to the cities in the South of Brazil. And they don’t enjoy
the compassionate support offered the Amazon Indians.
By Brazzil Magazine

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