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Assassinations in Brazil

Published: December 2, 2011, Author: JayTaber

It’s never been easy surviving as an indigenous person in Brazil, but in the era of human rights and multiculturalism, it’s shocking to witness hit men hired by ranchers for the purpose of exterminating indigenous leaders. Leadership is a precious gift and sacred obligation, and when it is extinguished it is hard to replace. Survival International reports on indigenous assassinations in Brazil.

Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

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