Indigenous Peoples on Rainbow Warrior

Photo | 18 December, 2012

19 June, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Xavante indigenous peoples from Mato Grosso state, visit the Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior ship, moored in Mau· Pier, in Rio de Janeiro. The vessel serves as a platform for the group to remind the Rio+20 Earth Summit attendees of the promise made 20 years ago at the Eco 92 Summit, that invaders would be taken from their territory.

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