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Feature - Issue #12
A Born Activist
Words by Samela Sateré Mawé. Translated by Le Guimarães. Photography by Nathalie Brasil.
feature - Issue #12
Waters that flow
Words and artworks by Seba Calfuqueo. Translated by Laura Strang Steel.
Words by Yula Rocha and photography by Piratá Waurá
The Plant Name-Giver
Words and artworks by Abel Rodríguez / Mogaje Guihu Translated by Laura Strang Steel With an introduction by Beatriz López
Interview - Issue #12
Interview by Txai Suruí and Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí. Interview in Tupi Mondé, translated into Portuguese by Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí and into English by Le Guimarães. Photography by Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí.
Ya nomaimi! Ya nomaimi! Ya nomaimi!
Words by Hanna Limulja. Translated by Le Guimarães. Photographs taken by the Yanomami people of Papiu in 2011.
interview - Issue #12
Women of the Earth
An interview with Fabrícia Sabanê by Luciane Pisani. Translated by Le Guimarães. Photography by Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí.
Words and artworks by Emerson Pontes / Uýra Sodoma. Translated by Le Guimarães.
Davi Kopenawa is a Yanomami shaman and spokesperson and founder of the Hutukara Yanomami Association. His words rippled throughout the world with the book The Falling Sky: Words of a Yanomami Shaman and Kopenawa continues to advocate for the rights and lives of Indigenous peoples and the future of life on Earth. The following account is produced from a conversation between Davi Kopenawa, Ana Maria Machado, Mariana Machado and Mariana Melo in Boa Vista in March 2022 for the short film Maxita Watimapë: Earth Eaters.
Words by Davi Kopenawa Yanomami. Interview in Yanomam, translated into Portuguese and edited by Ana Maria Machado. Translated into English by Le Guimarães.
Poem - ISSUE #12
Poem by Yacunã Tuxá
Feature - Issue #13
The Forest is Life: Reviving Benin’s Sacred Groves
Words by Appolinaire OUSSOU LIO with an Introduction by Carlotta Byrne
Photography - ISSUE #12
Words and photography by Edgar Kanaykõ Xakriabá. Translated by Le Guimarães.