This Is The Future Of The AmazonIf Indigenous Rights Aren’t Respected

Take Action Now, Support Indigenous Communities on the Frontlines of Amazon Destruction

The fires across the Amazon region are our most urgent wake-up call to date for the fate of our Amazon and our shared climate. The millions of acres of rainforest devastated by these deliberate fires are not only gone forever – they are the most dramatic manifestation yet of the mounting systematic pressures and assaults to the Amazon rainforest and indigenous rights.

Thanks to the thousands of people around the world who have already donated, Amazon Frontlines has already delivered immediate financial support to our indigenous partner organizations in Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, providing 100% of funds to affected communities on the frontlines of these fires.

Over the coming months, we’ll be updating you on how these funds are being deployed to provide urgent relief aid and support to indigenous communities in order to stop these fires, to rebuild their communities and strengthen their resistance, as well as share timely news, photographs and videos from the field.

But to help save the Amazon over the long haul, it’s going to take a global movement of support, solidarity and action. Investing in indigenous power and standing with indigenous peoples to protect their rainforest homelands, their cultures and our climate remains the most effective and proven solution.

So here’s what you can do today:

1. Join the Movement

Stand with indigenous peoples on the frontlines of Amazon destruction and the struggle to save their lands and lives. By signing up here, you will receive exclusive updates and news from the Amazon and join a vital network connecting you with opportunities for actions to help support indigenous struggles.

2. Donate Today

Become a monthly donor to help deliver direct resources to build power for today’s most urgent and important struggles for indigenous struggles, advance indigenous rights, and protect cultures.

This Is The Future Of The Amazon If Indigenous Rights Aren’t Respected

Take Action Now, Support Indigenous Communities on the Frontlines of Amazon Destruction

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The fires across the Amazon region are our most urgent wake-up call to date for the fate of our Amazon and our shared climate. The millions of acres of rainforest devastated by these deliberate fires are not only gone forever – they are the most dramatic manifestation yet of the mounting systematic pressures and assaults to the Amazon rainforest and indigenous rights.

Thanks to the thousands of people around the world who have already donated, Amazon Frontlines has already delivered immediate financial support to our indigenous partner organizations in Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, providing 100% of funds to affected communities on the frontlines of these fires.

Over the coming months, we’ll be updating you on how these funds are being deployed to provide urgent relief aid and support to indigenous communities in order to stop these fires, to rebuild their communities and strengthen their resistance, as well as share timely news, photographs and videos from the field.

But to help save the Amazon over the long haul, it’s going to take a global movement of support, solidarity and action. Investing in indigenous power and standing with indigenous peoples to protect their rainforest homelands, their cultures and our climate remains the most effective and proven solution.

So here’s what you can do today:

1. Join the Movement

Stand with indigenous peoples on the frontlines of Amazon destruction and the struggle to save their lands and lives. By signing up here, you will receive exclusive updates and news from the Amazon and join a vital network connecting you with opportunities for actions to help support indigenous struggles.

2. Donate Today

Become a monthly donor to help deliver direct resources to build power for today’s most urgent and important struggles for indigenous struggles, advance indigenous rights, and protect cultures.



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