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Guarani leaders are being killed. Help us stop this! - Survival International

15.9.15

Guarani leaders are being killed. Help us stop this! - Survival International: In recent days, gunmen have carried out a wave of horrific attacks against the Guarani. The attacks are concerted and systematic. A young Guarani leader was murdered, a baby was shot in the head with a rubber bullet, and the houses of Guyra Kambi’y community were attacked and burned down. Shots are being fired daily at the Indians and the situation has become Brazil’s worst humanitarian crisis.

The only thing that can put an end to this senseless violence is for Brazil to make good on its own laws which promise to return all the Guarani’s land from the hands of the ranchers.

That’s why we’re asking you now to step in. Please write to President Rousseff to demand that her government map out Guarani land immediately.


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