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This member of the Awá-Guajá people, an indigenous people living the Amazon rain forest in Brazil, participated in the Indigenous Women’s March in Brasilia, the Brazilian capital, in 2019. Loggers and cattle ranchers who have been living illegally on Awá-Guajá Indian tribal land for decades are finally being evicted after the Awa pleaded for years for the preservation of their nomadic hunter-gatherer life.
(Photo by Apib Comunicação) Photo used under CC BY
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First published in the May 20, 2021, 3:08 a.m. edition

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