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What is one of the greatest violences original people suffer in Brazil, and how does this impact them? #IndigenousPeoplesDay

Kaê (@kaeguajajara) explains: https://t.co/12jQhDQlBX

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While indigenous people hold a close link to their ancestral history, they are often denied legal ownership to their lands and resources, and face greater threats caused by climate change.

Here is Kaê performing “Espelho, Espelho Meu” (Mirror, Mirror of Mine): https://t.co/US325ALgAj

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What does “Home” mean? What does it mean to be an indigenous person living in the city?

Kaê explains: https://t.co/JDoFT8bRKn

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This year’s summit featured a performance by Kaê Guajajara (@kaeguajajara), activist and artist from Brazil, who spoke about indigenous identity, erasure, and resistance.

Listen to Kaê’s live performance of “Home”: https://t.co/7xu8jDUCAr

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