Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Genocide
Indigenous Genocide
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
Samba in chain
Samba in chain
Indigenous school in Brazilian Amazon
Indigenous school in Brazilian Amazon
Bites of Amazonia
Bites of Amazonia
Crab hunters
Crab hunters
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Passinho
Passinho
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest CampRaoni Kaiapo Grand Chief stands in front of House of Representatives after speaking about ... during a plenary sessions in Brasilia .
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest CampAn old Kaiapo man is seen leaving with his belongings after leaving the camp near the presidential buildings of brasilia after the military intimidation of the use of force against the Free Land camp in Brasilia.
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest CampIndigenous people walk the path that leads to the Brazilian government building protesting for the respect of indigenous rights
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest CampA young native of the Xavantes people takes a selfie with his friends as they protest the rights of Brazilian indigenous peoples.
Indigenous Protest Camp
Indigenous Protest CampAn installation of kites positioned as tombs is seen inside the Free Land Camp, in memory of the number of indigenous murdered in the Country this year.
Indigenous Genocide
Indigenous Genocide
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
A silent war in Brazilian AmazonFamily and neighbors mourn the death of Sandro Nascimento Batista, 16, killed at few steps from his house by a “carro prata” ( lit. grey car, the color of death squad’s cars), in an impoverished suburb of Belem do Parà, Brazilian Amazonia. A wave of violence has hit the city of Belem, with a series of random executions ( 50 only on that week) allegedly linked to militians groups as violent retaliation to the murder of two police officers. A silent war involving drug warlords and militias is terrorizing the residents of this Amazonian city, already ranked in 2017 as the 10th most dangerous in the world. In addition, at the time of this photo, a policeman is killed every five days in Belem do Parà.
Samba in chain
Samba in chainDancers of the school of Samba "Paraiso do Tuiuti" put on their slave costumes, a few hours from the parade of the winners of the Rio 2018 Carnival. This school, recently entered among the "special groups" has earned the second place for having brought a harsh criticism to the class Brazilian politics and the reform of labor in Brazil, inserting a satire of President Temer (represented as a vampire) and bringing slaves to the Sambodromo, 130 years after the abolition of slavery in Brazil. The group has been supported by the overwhelming majority of Brazil, considering them the moral winner of this edition as the exhibition went viral worldwide.
Indigenous school in Brazilian Amazon
Indigenous school in Brazilian Amazon
Bites of Amazonia
Bites of AmazoniaDecember 14, 2018 An aerial view of a "garimpo" (artisanal gold mine) with a human appearance, near the "Itaituba I National Forest" in Parà State, Brazilian Amazonia. Gold mining is one of the leading cause to deforestation in protected areas of Brazilian Amazonia. The mercury used in the process of gold extraction is highly polluting for the environment and for local communities. Deforestation in Brazilian Amazon has hit its highest rate in a decade, with a forest loss index increased by 400% in August/November 2018. More than 60% of it occurred only in Pará State.
Crab hunters
Crab hunters
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Passinho
Passinho
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Riot de Janeiro
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
Hunger in Venezuela
Hunger in Venezuela
The future of Sertao
The future of Sertao
A silent war in Brazilian Amazon
A silent war in Brazilian AmazonMarch 29, 2018 A criminal expert examines the scene of a late-night murder in an suburb of Ananindeua, Belem metropolitan region. A wave of violence has hit the city of Belem do Para, Brazilian Amazon, with a series of random executions allegedly linked to militians groups as violent retaliations to the frequent murder of police officers. A silent war involving drug warlords and militias is terrorizing the residents of this Amazonian city, already ranked in 2017 as the 10th most dangerous in the world. In addition, at the time of this photo, a policeman is killed every five days in Belem do Parà.
Youth in migration
Youth in migration
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