Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. The most populated and one of the least known indigenous reserves in Brazil is located next to the town of Dourados, where the forests have been replaced by endless plantations of sugar cane and soya. Nowadays Guarani-Kaiowa people who live in this small area lie in a no man’s land between tradition and modern society; violence, depression, drugs and alcoholic problems are daily concerns. Without work or hope for a brighter future, young Guaranies have one of the highest suicide rate in the world.
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