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A view of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019JOAO LAET | AFP | Getty Images


On Contact host Chris Hedges speaks with Sonia Bone Guajajara, leader of 300 indigenous ethnic groups in Brazil, about the future of the Amazon rain forest, its people, climate change, and the competing goals of agrobusiness, multinational corporations, and the policies of conservative Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

By Chris Hedges

Published on RT, Sept 22, 2019




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