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‘Uncontacted’ Amazon Tribe Members Reported Killed in Brazil

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — They were members of an uncontacted tribe gathering eggs along the river in a remote part […]
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Amazon forest ‘shaped by pre-Columbian indigenous peoples’

(Image copyright AFP ) The Amazon is the world's largest tropical forest and covers almost one third of South America Indigenous peoples […]
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Yanomami Shaman shares his culture in new book, The Falling Sky

The Falling Sky Words of a Yanomami Shaman Davi Kopenawa and Bruce Albert Translated by Nicholas Elliott and Alison Dundy […]
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Tribal Link’s 2013 Indigenous Fellow featured on BBC World News

Tribal Link is thrilled to share this BBC profile on Tuwe Huni Kuin, our 2012-2013 Indigenous Fellow! The piece is […]
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Tribal Link Welcomes to New York Nilson Tuwe Huni Kuin, 2012 Indigenous Fellow

Tribal Link's Indigenous Fellowship Program (IFP) aims to assist indigenous peoples from around the world in fulfilling their educational and cultural/capacity […]
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An Indigenous Victory: Belo Monte Construction Suspended, At Least For Now

On August 14th, judges from Brazil’s Regional Federal Tribunal suspended the construction of Belo Monte— what would be the world’s […]
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