Indigenous people lead march against plant of Belo Monte

Event brought together Indians of the Xingu basin, riverine and
family farmers: the threat from power plant

On this day August 12, closes in Altamira, PA, Free Land encampment Regional event that brought together 400 indigenous riparian family farmers, affected by dams and students to discuss hydroelectric Belo Monte and other infrastructure projects, structure in the Amazon.

In the Indian delegation, in addition to ethnic Juruna, Xipaya, Arara, Kuruaia Xicrin and the region of Altamira, participate Event delegations Guajajara, Hawk, Krikati, Awa Guajá, Kayapo, Tembe, Aikeora, Suruí, Xavante, Karintiana, Puruborá, Kassupá, Assurini, Wajãpi, Karaja,
Apurinã, Makuxi, Tupiniquim, Javaé, Kaingang, Xucuru, Mundukuru from Para, Mato Grosso, Rondônia, Roraima, Tocantins, Acre, Maranhão, Tocantins, Bahia and Parana.

Resistance leader against the dams on the Xingu river there more than 20 years, Chief Raoni was one of the Kayapo main leaders to call on the unification of all ethnicities in the Amazon against hydroelectric Belo
Monte.

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