In August 2019, the world watched on in horror as the Amazon Rainforest burned. Since then, that story has mostly disappeared.
But while the international media loses interest and world leaders continue to do nothing, the Amazon’s indigenous peoples are daily faced with the destruction of their home.
Today they fight not only for its protection, but also for the survival of their culture, their land and their lives.
redfish was in the Amazon to hear from the Paiter Suruí tribe about indigenous resistance, the struggle against right-wing President Bolsonaro, the invasion of the Brazilian military and the corporations who will stop at nothing to extract profit.