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Indigenous Women in Movements: Possible links between gênery and politica1




Summary From a rapprochement with certain indigenous movements and women indigenous leaders in Brazil, we are dealing with the possibility of the emergence, in the country’s macro-political scenario, of the political subject indigenous women and the possible approximations of their tariffs with feminist tariffs, in particular postcolonial feminicide. We propose reflections on the intersections between race/ethnicity and gênero, engaging with speeches from different indigenous leaders who are at the forefront of the indigenous movement and occupy strategic political spaces such as the Academy itself. Addressing these multiple narratives becomes important as they lead to multiple tensionations involving not only fields of political dispute for rights and visibility, but also theoretical fields of anthropology and feminism.

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