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In "The New White Disease", we will discover how the population of one of the most indigenous cities in Brazil, São Gabriel da Cachoeira, experienced the COVID-19 pandemic, and how this experience of the pandemic can point to a different project of society.

São Gabriel is located in the northwest of the state of Amazonas, right on the border with Colombia and Venezuela, and is bathed by the Rio Negro, one of the main tributaries of the Amazon River. In this region, more than 23 different indigenous peoples live, speaking languages ​​from the Arawak, Tukano, Tupi-Guarani and Yanomami families.

The podcast is a memory project, which aims to leave a document so that the experience of the pandemic can be thought about by current and future generations of indigenous and non-indigenous people

Forest House is a series of podcasts produced by the Instituto Socioambiental (ISA) and its indigenous, riverside and quilombola partners who live in the basins of the Negro, Xingu and Ribeira de Iguape rivers. The team took guests and special guests to get to know the communities and their initiatives. There were 17 days of recording in four states (São Paulo, Mato Grosso, Amazonas and Pará), which resulted in deep and transformative dives into the black and indigenous roots of Brazil.

  • Copy, relative? Podcast presented by Ester Cezar and Cristian Wariu that every week brings you the highlights of Brasilia in the lives of indigenous peoples and forest peoples

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