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Story Publication logo August 10, 2021

Podcast: Visions of Coronavirus in the Indigenous Amazon (Spanish)

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MÁSCARAS. Gerardo Chasoy é um artista indígena do povo Inga e Kamentsa, localizado em Putumayo, Colômbia, na fronteira com o Peru. Foto: Duber Rosero / OjoPublico
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This project will investigate how the pandemic affected the life, security and community relations...

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Art has been one of the most intimate forms of expression during the most painful moments of humanity. This journalistic series, Visions of Coronavirus, published by OjoPúblico, explores the desolate passage of COVID-19 through the different Indigenous communities of four Amazonian countries. Indigenous artists from Peru, Brazil, Colombia, and Ecuador portray in their art how the pandemic affected the life, cosmovision, and community relations of the people in the Amazonian frontiers.

This podcast is in Spanish. To view this story page in Spanish, visit the OjoPúblico Soundcloud or the Rainforest Journalism Fund website. Our website is available in English, Spanish, bahasa Indonesia, French, and Portuguese.

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