Rogério Assis, the first photographer to come into contact with the indigenous Zo’é people in 1989, returned to the same territory twenty years later. During his first visit, Assis met a people suffering from an epidemic flu brought by a group of Spanish missionaries. In 2009, the reporter witnessed the involvement of Funai, which works to protect the Cuminapanema, Erepecuru and Urucuriana river region.
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