Why Brazil’s indigenous people fight for the Amazon rainforest | Nixiwaka Yawanawá | TEDxBedford — msamba — Barbara Crane Navarro

Nixiwaka Yawanawá is a member of the Yawanawá tribe — a community of indigenous people who live within the Amazon rainforest — on the Acre River Headwaters Indigenous Land. Like many other Amazonian tribes, the Yawanawá rely on the rainforest for their subsistence, and the land holds a very deep spiritual significance, Nixiwaka says. However, […] […]

Why Brazil’s indigenous people fight for the Amazon rainforest | Nixiwaka Yawanawá | TEDxBedford — msamba — Barbara Crane Navarro

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