The Munduruku want to save the Tapajós river

    Brazil’s Munduruku Indians Start a Movement to Save an Amazon Tributary

    Greenpeace has joined forces with an Indigenous Amazonian community in an unofficial demarcation of ...

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    Athletes and Tourists Should Think Twice If Rio’s Olympics Are Worth the Risk

    Brazil has already faced criticism for the increased violence in the favelas surrounding Rio ...

    Eduardo Cunha does his defense

    Brazil’s House Speaker Won’t Fall Without Dragging His Colleagues with Him

    On June 14, Brazil’s congressional ethics committee voted to remove Deputy Eduardo Cunha from ...

    Amazon tribe blockade railroad in protest against Brazilian mining giant

    Worried with Their Survival Brazilian Indians Blockade Railroad in the Amazon

    Members of Brazil’s Awá tribe have blockaded a railroad owned by Vale mining company ...

    Attacks against Guarani communities have increased in frequency

    Brazil Ranchers Kill and Wound Indians to Terrorize Them and Take Their Land

    A group of gunmen has attacked a tribal community in southern Brazil, killing one ...

    Brazilian scientists study Zika virus

    How the Anti-Zika Effort Perpetuates Sexism in Brazil and Latin America

    In a New York Times article, foreign correspondent Azam Ahmed challenged his readers, asking, ...

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    Forced Contact with Brazilian Tribes Is Genocide, Says Indian Leader

    South American tribes have denounced the call from American academics Kim Hill and Robert ...

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    Impeachment Act: The Brazilian Plot to Keep Corruption and Impunity Going

    The already fragile legitimacy of Michel Temer’s interim government in Brazil took a huge ...