Olimpio Guajajara, Guardian of the Amazon. Arariboia Indigenous Territory. © Sarah Shenker/Survival


The Indigenous peoples of Brazil now face the most anti-Indigenous government since the military dictatorship. President Bolsonaro and his allies have waged war against them. Illegal loggers, miners and ranchers are invading their territories, attacking their communities and killing with impunity. Whole uncontacted tribes could be wiped out.

Across the country, Indigenous people are resisting day-in, day-out to defend their lands and lives. You can support them and join the global campaign to stop Brazil’s genocide. Take action now!




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