Indigenous land defenders stand between the Amazon rainforest and ecocidal commerce

David S. Salisbury, University of Richmond Leer en español ou em português The Ashéninka woman with the painted face radiated a calm, patient confidence as she stood on the sandy banks of the Amonia River and faced the loggers threatening her Amazonian community. The loggers had bulldozed a trail over the mahogany and cedar saplings […]

Indigenous land defenders stand between the Amazon rainforest and ecocidal commerce

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