ATL 2022| 18th Edition of the Free Land Camp from 4th to 8th of april
The Articulation of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (Apib) informs that the indigenous mobilizations during the month of April are confirmed. And our biggest mobilization, the Acampamento Terra Livre (ATL), is scheduled to take place between April 4 and 8, 2022, in Brasília, in the Federal District.
The indigenous April is one of the main references of popular mobilization in democratic times. We are the biggest mobilization of the indigenous movement. In this 18th Edition of Acampamento Terra Livre — ATL, in 2022, we remain mobilized with the commitment to fight for the life and territories of indigenous peoples, occupying Brasília to claim our rights guaranteed by the 1988 Constitution.
Our leaders and organizations are mobilizing from the villages and territories, ensuring all health and safety care for yet another historic action by the Brazilian indigenous movement.
Follow @apiboficial and our regional indigenous grassroots organizations to strengthen the struggle of indigenous peoples: @apoinme_brasil | @coiabamazonia | @arpinsulindigenas | @cons.terena | @atyguasu | @yvyrupa.cgy | @arpin_sudeste
Launch of the OKA Observatory
JANUARY 24, 2022
The Kuñangue Aty Guasu will launch the Kuñangue Aty Guasu Observatory - OKA -, the legal, anthropological, reception and psychosocial care network, social assistance, ancestral ecologies, the environment, communication and art and, finally, social movements, popular organizations, collectives and popular education.
Connect with us! Join OKA and Kuñangue Aty Guasu in the fight for life!
Atyma porã, thanks
The first edition of Indigenous Women March happened in august 2019 to denounce the aggravation of violence against indigenous people, especially women. September 2021 there’s a new calling for the II Indigneous Women March, which will happen in Brasilia from 7th to 12th.
2nd TO 6TH sePteMBER 2021
2nd September - “Our voice will echo in Brasilia”
3rd September - “Stop the genocide”
4th September - “Join us, this fight is for everyone”
5th September - “International Indigenous Woman’s Day”
6th September - “Stop killing us - Raissa lives in us”
Camp “A struggle for life”,
22nd to 28th August 2021
We need to carry on together to resist the anti-indigneous agenda on the National Congress and against the Time Frame, which is expected to be voted on the Supreme Court on 25th August
We make this calling during the pandemic because we can remain in silence. May the country listen to its natives. We are going to Brasilia vaccinated, with all hygienic measures against covid-19, playing our marakas to guarantee indigenous people’s rights.
Support us: https://bit.ly/apoieapib
not one less / not one more
June 03, 2021
Every year hundreds of thousands of people find ourselves on the calle to be the voice of those who do not have tienen, victims of colonial feminicide violence, racist, heteropatriarchal, capitalist.
In a pandemic world it crosses our bodies. Aún bajo regimens necropolíticos re (xi) Loans from each area between Juarez, en Mexico, where coined nuestra Bandera lucha y potent El Ni Una Mas hasta el nacimiento Ni Una resources in Argentina, this # 3J is encenderá el fuego virtual and we will embrace because ¡Vivas y libres We want!
DECOLONIZING THE LOOK: KAIOWÁ AND GUARANI WOMEN IN AUDIOVISUAL
May 29, 2021
Kunangue in art!
Come and participate in this event that will be breaking boundaries and providing collaborative practices and experiences in the multimedia world.
Discover the digital veins of Kaiowá and Guarani women in the audiovisual world.
NHE'E MOMBEUPY PO'Y REHEGUA
"CRAFT AS A GUARANI AND KAIOWÁ HERITAGE"
May 29, 2021
If you pay attention, guys, on the message of the artisans Kaiowá and Guarani:
"Come and participate in the live of the kaiowá and guaraní women that will be held this Saturday, May 29th, we are going to talk about handicraft as a kaiowá and guaraní cultural heritage. I count on the presence of you friends (them), partners in the struggle who have always contributed to the strengthening our existence and knowledge of ancestry."
March 8, 2021
Manifest of the first Brazilian women
Those originating from the land: the mother of Brazil is indigenous
We, Indigenous Women, are also the Earth, because the Earth is made in us. Through the strength of the song, we connect in all corners, where the charms that are our ancestors are present. The Earth is sister, daughter, aunt, mother, grandmother, uterus, food, healing for the world.
Read the full manifesto also at: https://anmiga.org/ and follow on social networks @anmigaorg
THE VIII KUÑANGE ATY GUASU
28 to 30 November 2020
Annual meeting of the Guarani & Kaiowá indigenous women's council was held online this year and translated into English in real time.
Elderly Guarani and Kaiowá women and Ñandesys (shamans) participated in the security of their villages, discussing the issues that concern them and sharing them with a global audience.
The event will take place over three days, including opening ceremonies led by female shamans and a series of panel discussions focusing on key issues.