Chief Almir portrays his people's struggles to survive by protecting their culture and rainforest since they made First Contact with the Western world in 1969. “Today, we are 1,300 Surui. Before first contact, we were 5,000. That really woke us up because we knew that if we didn’t do anything, our people could end. We became even more worried when we... Read More
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