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There are thousands of tribal people on Earth, many of whom have seen
their homelands destroyed (for example, Native American Indians), and many
of whom are currently threatened with the destruction of, or eviction from,
their homeland. This is a serious problem for humanity’s collective
We will now discuss some case histories, mostly taken from Survival
International data (Survival International is a charity whose aim is to
protect and conserve tribal lands for indigenous communities).
The Aw; of Brazil are Brazil’s last nomadic tribe, who live in the
forests of the Eastern Amazon (www.survival-international.org/awa). These
forests, as with much of South America’s tropical forest, is being
destroyed at an incredible rate, by logging companies, and by large farming
conglomerates; as such, the native homeland of the Aw; is being lost,
meaning that their nomadic lifestyle is threatened, and also that
potentially, the Aw; themselves are in danger of being wiped out altogether
(www.survival-international.org/awa).
The Aw; turned to a nomadic lifestyle following the European invasions
of Brazil, and in recent years have turned to living in villages that have
been specially constructed by the Brazilian government, in order to protect
themselves against the second wave of destruction wrought by European
invaders (www.survival-international.org/awa). Attacks by Western ranchers
and settlers against the Aw; are well documented, and many of the remaining
Aw; are survivors of massacres, and are severely traumatized by their
experiences (www.survival-international.org/awa). As one Aw; individual
says, on the Survival webpage, “I hope when my daughter grows up she won’t
face any of the difficulties I’ve had. I hope everything will be better for
her. I hope she will grow up very healthy. I hope it won’t be like in my
time” (Ka…