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How an Indigenous family under siege became a symbol of resistance in the Amazon ...
By Michiel Curfs - October 18, 2022
In the Wild West comics Ivaneide Bandeira Cardozo would see Indigenous people depicted as villains who ended up being killed by white men. As a young girl learning to read with her mother, she questioned this recurring plot, which she found disgusting. She promised herself, “When I grow up, I am going to fight against this.”Decades on, she’s made good on that promise. Now 64 and known as Neidinha Suruí, she’s an activist and Indigenous rights campaigner.

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