Brazil: Note On The Actions To Protect And Promote The Rights Of The Awa-Guajá People
Translated from Portuguese, Original Below
The Awa-Guajá Indigenous People
The indigenous Awa-Guajá, self-styled Awa, of the Tupi-Guarani language family, has held since mid-century the region close to the river valleys Turiaçu, Pindaré and Gurupi. Faced with the pressure imposed by colonial expansion and the reduction of the Ka'apor and Tembe people, their rivals from the 1940s, the Awa...
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