News of this people
Governo do Acre realiza transplante de fígado em indígena
Em Rio Branco, indígenas fazem protesto e exigem saída de coordenador do Dsei
Repam leva casos de violações dos direitos humanos da Pan-Amazônia à Comissão Interamericana de Direitos Humanos
- Other names
Where they are How many Bolivia 630 (1997) AC 1.454 (Siasi/Sesai, 2014) Peru 600 (INEI, 2007)
- Linguistic family
The Yaminawá inhabit the center of the forest and the miserable outskirts of the cities: they represent the isolated “savage” or the “deculturated” Indian who begs on the streets. They incarnate the most dramatic contradictions of the imaginary and history of Amazônia. We can find the two versions of the Yaminawá on a single page of the Gazeta de Rio Branco [Rio Branco Gazette] (17/09/97): one article informs the reader of their presence in a slum of the capitol of Acre and another attributes to the "Yaminawá" a series of attacks which terrorized the inhabitants of a remote rubber camp.