A symbol of Indigenous genocide: “The Man of the Hole” dies in Brazil

An Indigenous man known as “The Man of the Hole” has died in Brazil. He was the last member of his tribe, and the only inhabitant of Tanaru Indigenous Territory in Rondonia state, in the western Brazilian Amazon.The rest of his people had been massacred in a series of attacks…

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Sharing Medicines: Balsam Bark, Poplar Bark, Sage, Sweetgrass, and Wihkes. – YouTube

This is how they do it in Pine Creek, but don’t co-opt Indigenous practices from far off because they seem exotic. This should teach you why it’s important to learn your ancestral and local medicines from your people and the local Indigenous people if you can find them. Be one…

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