Category Archives: Forest People

There were an estimated ten million Natives living in the Amazonian Rainforest five centuries ago. Today there are less than 200,000.

A World Cup where Everybody Wins – Kuntanawa People Promote the Tree Cup

Neither stadiums nor major delegations or major football players. The day after the last game [...]

The Importance of the Indian Culture for Brazil

Contemporary Brazil is more indigenous than is usually supposed. Although culturally transformed by the secular [...]

Everyday Was Day of the Indian

Dia dos Indios 2019 – Day of the Indian 2019 This is one of my [...]

Indigenous People Day Should be Everyday

The International Day of the World’s Indigenous People’s is observed on 9 August each year to promote and protect [...]

Kuntanawa Tribe

Located in the Brazilian Amazon, the people of Kuntanawa are one of the twelve known [...]

Haru Kuntanawa

Kuntanawa Chief Leader Haru Kuntanawa Visits with Pachamama Church and Queen of the Forest Haru [...]

Kuntanawa Sananga & Rapé

Sananga Sananga is a plant native to the Amazon, it is used by the people [...]

Meet Haru Kuntanawa – Indigenous Leader Fighting for Mother Earth

“I came to this planet to take my people out of prison and to go [...]

The Shipibo Labirinth

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In the Peruvian Amazon, the labyrinthic tradition of kené, the mythic embroidery of the [...]