[A-Radio in English] Brazil 1: Indigenous Struggles in the Amazon

In May 2017 we had the opportunity to have a talk with Daniel, an activist living in the Brazilian territory of the Amazon. The conversation touches on the general situation in Brazil and focusses on the recent history of indeginous struggles in the Amazon against capitalist expansion and exploitation, especially the ongoing resistance of the Munduruku communities and their use of direct action to demarcate and defend their territories. A culmination of anti-colonial, social and ecological fights on the frontier of the enclosure and integration of capitalism of our planet.

This is the first part of a series of audios on Brazil.

Length: 1:16 h

You can download the audio at: archive.org (mp3 | ogg).

Here you can listen to it directly: