News of this people
- Nilcelio Moangathu Jiahui: Povos Tenharim e Jiahui ainda são hostilizados na região de Humaitá/AM. Entrevista a Beth Begonha
- O Genocídio Indígena e o Golpe da Indignação Seletiva
- Autoritarismo Nunca Mais: o golpe militar 50 anos depois
Where they are How many AM 97 (Funasa, 2010)
- Linguistic family
The Jiahui are a people of the Tupi-Guarani language family, a subgroup of the Kagwahiva, who live in the region of the middle Madeira River, in the south of the State of Amazonas. Historical circumstances have caused the near extinction of the group. Their traditional lands have been occupied by ranchers and the Jiahui have come to live together with the Tenharim or in nearby cities. In the midst of conflicts, the process of regaining indigenous territory was begun in 1998, in which the Jiahui have sought to reorganize themselves in order to guarantee their physical and cultural survival.