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Brazil’s Xavante People Struggle for Their Territory – Marãiwatséde
The Xavante people of the southern Amazon won an important victory in their four-decade long struggle to secure their traditional territory, Marãiwatséde, located in Mato Grosso st...
Findings Shed Light on Amazon’s Lost World
On January 14, the New York Times published a story on land carvings discovered in the far western reaches of the Brazilian Amazon...
Uncontacted Tribes: An Adventure in Non-Discovery
Uncontacted But Not Unbowed: 'Arrow People' Guard the Rainforest; Book Review The advance of “civilization” has not been kind to indigenous people in Amazonia...
Uncontacted Tribe in Brazil Missing
An uncontacted Indian Tribe, that was first discovered earlier this year, has since vanished from the jungles of the Brazilian Amazon in which they lived according to the New York ...
Uncontacted Tribes to be Featured on Discovery’s Human Planet
According to a Survival International press release, the endangered uncontacted tribes in the Brazilian Amazon, recently reported on by Indian Country Today Media Network will be f...