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Isnt it intriguing that many, if not most indigenous peoples in the world hold some special connection to the land? One that is characterized by a notion of stewardship in the name of the ancestors, for the children in honour of a sacred force from nature?

Brazil: 1500 Indigenous Peoples occupy the Esplanade of Ministries

By • Oct 3, 2013 •

From Interncontinental Cry

Nearly 1,500 Indigenous Peoples from across Brazil on Wednesday occupied a central road in the federal capital Brasília known as the Esplanade of Ministries, paralyzing traffic in both directions.

A part of the National Indigenous Mobilization convened by the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (APIB), the protesters are trying to stop a legislative assault that threatens to severely undermine or extinguish Indigenous rights in the country.

 

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