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Brazil: Indigenous Guarani Kaiowá's Letter Asks for Survival

Categories: Latin America, Brazil, Citizen Media, Digital Activism, Ethnicity & Race, Human Rights, Indigenous

Blogger Sonia Matuscelli posts a letter [1] [pt] written by the leaders of the Guarani-Kaiowá people of the Ñanderu Laranjeira-Rio Brilhante settlement, in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, saying that they “want to physically and culturally survive as a Brazilian original people”, in face of the genocide [2] they are suffering.