In the struggle for land demarcation in Pará, indigenous people face new threats.

Brazilian news, originally from National Geographic Brasil is this interview with Dada (Chief of Maró Indigenous Territory).

The Maró Indigenous land has been claimed by the Borari and Arapium people for 20 years. This claim, as well as 16 other processes, are waiting for ratification by the Ministry of Justice, because they are stalled. Meanwhile, pressure from loggers and squatters continue…

Read the full article (in Portuguese)