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Colombia: A Visit to Karmata Rua Indigenous Reserve

This post is part of our special coverage Indigenous Rights.

Multimedia web channel TodoLoQueHay (All There Is) [es] from Colombia recently posted a short visual journey in the Emberá-Chamí indigenous reserve previously known as Christendom, whose inhabitants are now trying to make known by its ancestral name instead: Karmata Rua.

At the reserve, located between the towns of Andes and Jardin, recording a short documentary for the channel, Daniel Quintero took the opportunity to capture the short, almost wordless, video:

Estando allí, Daniel Quintero usó su tiempo para apuntar su cámara y capturar colores, actividades y gestos de los habitantes de este resguardo que cuenta alrededor de 150 años de existencia y hoy acoge a cerca de 1600 personas.

While there, Daniel Quintero used his time to point his camera and capture colors, activities and  expressions of the inhabitants of this reserve that is around 150 years old and which today welcomes about 1600 people.

This post is part of our special coverage Indigenous Rights.

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