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Índios Yudjá pedem consulta sobre mineração canadense Belo Sun, que quer extrair ouro no Xingu
III Carta da Autodemarcação
Povo Ka'apor divulga nota em solidariedade aos Guarani Kaiowá e Munduruku
Where they are How many AM, MT, PA 11.630 (Funasa, 2010)
- Linguistic family
Historically a people with a warrior tradition, the Munduruku culturally dominated the region of the Valley of the Tapajós River, which, in the early times of contact and during the 19th Century was known as Mundurukânia. Today, the wars they wage are to guarantee the integrity of their territory, threatened by pressures from the illegal activities of gold-panning, hydroelectric projects, and the construction of a great waterway on the Tapajós.
Read the Munduruku Letter to the Government which outlines the history, ancestral places and knowledge they consider threatened by the construction os São Luiz do Tapajós dam.