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Have You Ever Seen a River Stop? Panel Discussion

Brazil Footprint 0.0

13 Jul 2021
47 min watch

A conversation with some of the filmmakers and activists featured in the Have You Ever Seen a River Stop? film programme.

Chaired by ethnology curator Glenn Shepard, this panel discussion features Yawar (Equilíbrio) and MAB (Movement of People Affected by Dams).  The group will discuss the impact of industrial modernisation on Brazil's population, in particular those from indigenous communities. 

Note: Portions of this talk are in Portuguese but are translated by the host.

Brazil Footprint 0.0 is a week-long online festival exploring Brazil's specific perspective on the global mobilisation against climate inequalities, in the context of the UN’s upcoming COP26 conference. Curated by Francesca Laura Cavallo for the Centre for Indigenous and Settler Colonial Studies at the University of Kent in partnership with the Barbican Centre.

Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle is exhibited in The Curve until Sunday 29 August.

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