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Image depicting Sonia Guajajara, Nara Bare, and Celia Xakriaba in their regalia against a yellow and green background.

Sônia Guajajara is a member of the Guajajara nation, an activist in Brazil, and a leader of Articulação dos Povos Indígenas do Brasil (Association of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil), which brings together 305 ethnicities around the agenda of Indigenous rights in the region. | Nara Baré is a member of the Baré nation and a Brazilian activist who was the first woman to assume the general coordination of the largest Indigenous organization in the country: the Coalition of Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon. | Célia Xakriabá is a member of the Xakriabá nation and a Brazilian activist leading a new generation of female Indigenous leaders in the battle against the destruction of Brazil’s forests both in the Amazon and the lesser known Cerrado, a savanna that covers a fifth of the country. Artwork by Tracie Ching. Image courtesy of Real Change.

Artwork by Tracie Ching.
Image courtesy of Real Change.
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“Thriving People, Thriving Places.”

Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places.