News of this people
A Festa da Menina-Moça Tejuvi Juma-Uru Eu Wau Wau
Índios ocupam sedes da Funai contra política indigenista do governo Temer
Lideranças indígenas reagem a possível revisão de demarcações no governo Temer
- Other names
Where they are How many AM 4 (Uchida, Gabriel, 2016)
- Linguistic family
The Juma belong to a group of peoples, of the Tupi-Guarani language family, called Kagwahiva. In the XVIIIth Century, it is probable that the Juma had a population of between 12 and 15 thousand Indians. After successive massacres and the expansion of extractivist industries, their population was reduced to a few dozen people in the 1960s. In 2002 there were only five individuals left: a father with his three daughters and a granddaughter.