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Series ‘Ashaninka, Planters of Forests’ Highlights Resilient Ethnic Group on Brazil-Peru Border (Portuguese)

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The Ashaninka combine traditional customs with the ideals of sustainability, such as the...

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Jornal da Cultura brings today the series "Ashaninka: Planters of Forests," which highlights the history of an ancestral ethnic group present in the border region between Brazil and Peru long before the arrival of the Portuguese to the Brazilian territory.

The Ashaninka are considered the last sentinels of resistance against predatory activities that threaten the environment.


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