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Voices from the Amazon: The indigenous teacher

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As part of a portrait series on voices from the Amazon, indigenous schoolteacher Claudeth Gabriel Sau Munduruku worries about the young children sitting in her classroom: Will the rainforest still exist when they grow up?

Added on the 08/10/2019 21:27:09 - Copyright : AFP EN

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