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Munduruku people

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Jair Bolsonaro takes on the Indigenous Munduruku of the Amazon

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Munduruku people mapping Sawré Muyubu Indigenous Land

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"They've got blood on them" - Alessandra Munduruku - Munduruku People

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Brazil’s indigenous population fights back | DW Documentary (Environment documentary)

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The end of a people sacred site dynamited to build Amazon dam

The Munduruku, also known as Mundurucu or Wuy Jugu, are an indigenous people of Brazil living in the Amazon River basin. Some Mundurucu communities are part of the Coatá-Laranjal Indigenous Land. They had an estimated population in 2014 of 13,755.
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