Indigenous Brazilians Learn to Fight for the Right to Food

Inter Press Service: - Indigenous communities in remote areas of Brazil have begun to recognise that they have the right to not be hungry, and are learning that food security means much more than simply having food on the table. Rosiléia Cruz, 19, dreams of studying journalism. She chooses her words carefully during her interview with Tierramérica* by mobile phone from Tabatinga, in northwest Brazil, which can only be reached by plane or river travel. Cruz is a member of the Ticuna indigenous ethnic group, one......

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