Indigenous protesters from various ethnic groups carry fake coffins representing indians killed over the demarcation of land, as they demand the demarcation of indigenous lands, outside the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil. In May, Congress passed two measures that convert around 1.4 million acres of protected land, the vast majority of it in the Amazon, into areas open to logging, mining and agricultural use. (AP/Eraldo Peres)
Logging the Amazon

In the Brazilian Amazon, Indigenous People Deal with a Violent New World

An increase in attacks on Indigenous people has been matched by a rise in deforestation in protected areas.