Wellington Karakia in solidarity with Indigenous Brazillians
Press Release for The Guarani-Kaiowa
Wellington Karakia at
The Silent Genocide should
We must draw attention to the Human rights of
these indigenous minorities.
Please join us on
22 April 2014 midday at the
Parliament Grounds for a Karakia in solidarity with
Indigenous native Brazilians.
We ask for:
Demarcation to be implemented
• Social Inclusion
Join us to decline BIO
FUEL obtained from indigenous lands.
against commercial trade based on poor HUMAN
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