Indigenous people of Brazil trying to prevent their eviction from an old indigenous museum which they have been living in for the past 7 years.

On March 22nd all of the inhabitants and their supporters were forcibly removed or arrested.

The building is being destroyed to make a parking lot :(

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    The greed of Americans is astounding. If someone tried to destroy my home I wouldn’t back down either.
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    This is honestly sad too look at. Wish the government (any country) could care about their indigenous peoples. I hope...