Deni mother and child and a way of life protected for future generations.
Deni children holding a sign that will be used to mark their territory preserving their land and their future from logging invasions.
Finishing the demarcation: after a long struggle the Deni Indians of the Brazilian Amazon will have their land demarcated by the government and protected from logging.
Greenpeace campaigner Nilo D'Avila with the Deni reviewing the final demarcation process.
After a long struggle the Deni Indians of teh Brazilian Amazon will have their land demarcated by the government and protected from logging.
Deni child and mother.
Present in the group portrait are several Deni people including Biruvi and Greenpeace members from team A which include Nilo D'Avila and Manuel Pinto. They are all in front of an official sign denoting Deni land.
: Biruvi and Nilo D'Avila putting up a sign to mark the boundaries of Deni land.
Deni working with theodolite during Deni demarcation expedition, near Arua river.
Deni child in hammock, Visagem village.
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