Olinda Yawar Muniz Wanderley (Tupinambá/Pataxó Hãhãhãe) | Brazil | 2020 | 5 min
Portuguese w English Subtitles | Short Musical Performance
A music video that explores traditional Indigenous dances to the sound of modern Indigenous music by Nelson D, while discussing the issue of the body as Native territory and the prejudice and violence that still surround the Indigenous status. A performance piece with a critical view of the state of prejudice that Indigenous people live with.
Yawar is a journalist, documentary and filmmaker of Tupinambá origin. She began her professional career in 2014 through the THYDEWA N.G.O., working as a content producer for the Indios Online project. Her work is focused on social problems of minority groups, especially native communities in Brazil.
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