Yanomami Child Speaks. Environment is not separate from ourselves. Postcard. Amazon Rainforest. Indigenous.
Yanomami are indigenous people living in over 200 villages in the Amazon Rainforest, along the borders of Brazil and Venezuela. For thousands of years they have thrived in these rainforests, but now they struggle as the government fails to protect them from criminal invasions, attacks and disease.
As the desorestation continues, them make the global plea, "Stop destroying the earth's lungs."
"The environment is not separate from ourselves. We are inside it, it is inside us. We make it, and it makes us."