Amazon Frontlines

From hammocks to jewelry, fishing nets to spears, the Waorani produce an incredible array of handmade crafts using natural materials from the forest. Here a woman makes fiber from the chambira palm used for weaving.⠀

Amazon Frontlines​ and Alianza Ceibo​ are working with members of the Waorani, Secoya, Siona and Kofán indigenous nations to revive and preserve their ancestral cultures. Visit https://buff.ly/2ou02CD to learn about our initiatives.⠀

#amazon #amazonlife##AmazonRainforest #indigenousrights #indigenousresilience#indigenousrising#forestguardians #resistance#indigenousresistance#culture#indigenousculture#culturaindigena#humanrights

From hammocks to jewelry, fishing nets to spears, the Waorani produce an incredible array of handmade crafts using natural materials from the forest. Here a woman makes fiber from the chambira palm used for weaving.⠀
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Amazon Frontlines​ and Alianza Ceibo​ are working with members of the Waorani, Secoya, Siona and Kofán indigenous nations to revive and preserve their ancestral cultures. Visit https://buff.ly/2ou02CD to learn about our initiatives.⠀
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#amazon #amazonlife##AmazonRainforest #indigenousrights #indigenousresilience#indigenousrising#forestguardians #resistance#indigenousresistance#culture#indigenousculture#culturaindigena#humanrights

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@camilaclaps

It would be nice if you guys post in Portuguese :)

@leia_campos_

My Brazil! MY Amazon

@danielleglitters

For thefuture generations .. Yahweh

@tefficiency

my brother lived in a cave in tenerife for a year and learned how to spear fish after he sold his passport for cash

@iamvivi___

Taõ bonita a arte indigena nota💯👏👏

@blancodeliz

Loviuuu ❤️

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