Indigenous Munduruku women protect their territory with cameras and phones

The Munduruku People in Brazil say the anti-Indigenous rhetoric of the Jair Bolsonaro administration has emboldened illegal loggers and miners, and put them under greater risk. As a response, three young Munduruku women run an audiovisual collective that uses social media to raise awareness about illegal invasions of their territory.

The collective does essential work in relaying the community’s complaints to the outside world. Read an article and see some video on Mongabay in English here.  And in Portuguese here.