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Brazilian Photographer Fights to Protect Remote Tribe's Rights

When Brazilian photographer Claudia Andujar started working with Yanomami people in the Amazon rainforest in the 1970s, most of them did not know what a camera was. Andujar spent most of that decade and more in northern Brazil photographing the Yanomami, one of Latin America's most remote indigenous tribes. She learned their language and joined their daily routines hunting and gathering food in the largest indigenous territory on the continent, an area roughly the size of...

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