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COP21: UN Equator Prize to Munduruku Leaderships in Paris 

COP21: UN Equator Prize to Munduruku Leaderships in Paris 

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The Munduruku indigenous leaders Maria Leusa Kabá Munduruku and Rozeninho Saw Munduruku went to Paris to receive the Equator Prize, during COP21, for their struggle to protect their land through self-demarcation of the Sawré Muybu Indigenous Land, in the Brazilian Amazon, where the government plans to build a complex of five hydroelectric plants on the Tapajós River.

They also participated in events along with other peoples and Brazilian leaderships to denounce the attack against indigenous rights in Brazil.

The Equator Prize acknowledges 21 communities from all over the world that help to protect nature and highlights the role of indigenous peoples in fighting climate change. 
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