Brazil moves to protect indigenous tribes from coronavirus
Monday, 13 April 2020 The Brazilian government has banned non-indigenous people from entering tribal lands to stop the spread of coronavirus in their villages and will distribute masks, gloves, test kits and food to their communities, officials said on Monday.
Members of the indigenous Kokama tribe in Brazil's Amazon gathered on Thursday to pay their respects to Chief Messias Kokama, a staunch indigenous rights activist who lost his life to the coronavirus...
"Even our elders are going live on Facebook to share their energy." The Native American powwow season started just as the coronavirus crisis hit, but that hasn't stopped thousands of indigenous people..