SUMAÚMA publishes an exclusive story of a Venezuelan woman who came to Brazil at the age of twenty-seven after experiencing continuous violence in her home country. She spent time in 2021 and 2022 as a prostitute in five mining encampments in the Yanomami Indigenous Territory. Her memories and drawings, recorded in small notebooks, give voice to the stories of many women who balance the thin line between money and brutality.
To cleanse ourselves of Bolsonaro, we must fight like a forest
The defeat of Brazil’s fascist president represents a window of possibility. To turn it into a horizon of hope, we must act not against Bolsonarism, but for a radical relationship with life
Message to Lula 1: Listen to Brazil’s indigenous peoples
What do the peoples of the Amazon rainforest and other biomes want from the president-elect? These communities have demands that cannot wait.