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Indigenous Protestors File Suit in Brazil After Violent Eviction in Rio
April 03, 2013
More than a week after the Brazilian Police’s Shock Battalion evicted indigenous and allied protestors using tear gas, pepper spray and batons from a contested site in Rio de Janei...
6 Questions With Chief Raoni of Brazil During His Last Visit to Paris
January 27, 2013
Chief Raoni Metuktire recognized by his labret, an ornamental disk worn by warriors on their lower lip showing they are ready to die for their land, has become synonymous with the ...
A Massacre or Misinformation? Illegal Gold Miners Allegedly Murder Indigenous Peoples in Venezuela; Government Denies Attacks
September 13, 2012
Venezuelan officials have denied initial reports of a massacre of Yanomami people by illegal gold miners that allegedly occurred in early July and which, because of the remoteness ...
Dozens of Indigenous People Allegedly Killed by Gold Miners in Venezuela
August 31, 2012
Illegal gold miners from Brazil may have killed dozens of Yanomami people in a remote area of the Venezuelan Amazon, according to reports from an indigenous organization there...
Belo Monte Dam: Not Over Yet, Construction Can Continue
August 29, 2012
The Brazilian Supreme Court has ruled that the construction of the controversial Belo Monte dam can resume, for now...
Belo Monte Dam: Forced to an Immediate Halt by Brazilian Judges
August 21, 2012
Brazil's Federal Regional Tribunal of the First Region, the highest court of appeals in the country, ordered an immediate halt to all construction of the controversial Belo Monte D...
Belo Monte Protests Continue in Brazil Despite Arrest Threats and Continued Construction
June 30, 2012
For more than two weeks indigenous activists and allies have shut down construction of part of the controversial Belo Monte Dam in Brazil, demanding an end to the project or for th...
The Amazon's Pirahã People's Secret to Happiness: Never Talk of the Past or Future
June 25, 2012
In 1977, Daniel Everett came to Amazonia to live among the Pirahãs. He came to convert them; instead, they converted him...
Brazil Indigenous Still Waiting for Compensation
May 29, 2012
Residents of Raposa Serra do Sul in northern Brazil struggled for three decades to win the demarcation of what is now the country’s largest indigenous reserve...
Unfulfilled Promises of Prior Consultation for Brazilian Indigenous
March 31, 2012
Indigenous Peoples in Brazil are getting international and national support for their rights to be consulted about any projects or businesses to take place in their lands, but the ...
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