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Indigenous Activist to Confront Major Company for Their Destruction of Amazon Rainforest

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Indigenous activist, Beka Saw Munduruku has traveled over 4,000 miles to hand deliver a letter in hopes of stopping destruction in the Amazon rainforest.

She plans to confront the family behind the company Cargill-MacMillan, the world’s largest grain trader and a major meat producer, about their continued destruction of the rainforest. 

Beka is part of the Munduruku community in northern Brazil.

Read the full article from The Guardian here.


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