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Deep in the Amazon’s central basin, one tribe is holding back the seemingly inexorable march of development.
It came in low, guns bristling through the open bay. Such a strange apparition, like a giant insect, almost familiar but for its unnatural sound and fury and the faces staring down at them, striped in the black and green warpaint of the pariwat (outsider). With school in session, no one thought to ask about the unwelcome intrusion by radioing FUNAI, the Brazilian government’s agency for indigenous affairs. photo by Maíra Irigaray/Amazon…
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by: Robert Walker – Autumn 2016