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Facing enormous setbacks to indigenous rights in Brazil,
400 Kayapo leaders and warriors met on the Xingu River
to discuss strategy for upholding their rights
Four hundred chiefs and warriors of the Mebengokre (Kayapo) people met between June 3rd and 5th 2013 in the village of Kokraimoro on the Xingu River in the Kayapo Indigenous Territory, Para state, to discuss serious threats to indigenous rights that are being considered by the Brazilian government.
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