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Indigenous Tribes on Front Line of Amazon Rainforest Fires Vow to Resist Bolsonaro's "Destruction of Mother Nature"


In another area of the Amazon, members of the Mura tribe walk through a path through the jungle recently cut with chainsaws and machetes – a clear sign of what is coming next. This path runs close to a group of Brazil nut trees; a major source of traditional food for Indigenous people in the area. Reuters – Facebook photo.

Reprinted with permission by Common Dreams

Indigenous tribes whose land and livelihoods are being directly harmed by the fires ravaging the Amazon rainforest vowed Tuesday to do everything in their power to resist Brazilian President Jair Bolsona...

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