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Altamira, Brazil. "Xingu Vivo Para Sempre" protest meeting about the proposed Belo Monte hydroeletric dam and other dams on the Xingu river and its tributaries. Five cheifs from the Xingu Indigenous Park, of the upper Xingu listen to the Kayapo.
© Sue Cunningham
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