Largest Annual Meeting of Indigenous Peoples in Brazil Now Held Online

The "Free Land Camp" (ATL) takes place every year between April 27th and 30th. Indigenous peoples from all over the country meet (now digitally) to reinforce the struggle of their organizations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, activist Brazilian indigenous umbrella organizations are hosting the 16th Camp for the Liberation of the Land on a virtual platform.

The "Free Land Camp" (ATL) takes place between April 27th and 30th. Indigenous peoples from all over the country meet to reinforce the struggle of their organizations.

The virtual camp is organized by the umbrella organizations Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (APIB) and Indigenous National Mobilization (MNI).

Faced with the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, but also with increased invasions of their territories, more assassinations and criminalization of their . . .

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