Every year, the Free Land Camp gathers more than 3,000 indigenous from every corner of Brazil. They travel thousands of kilometres by bus to Brasilia, the capital, in order to protests and claim for their rights.
Nowadays, more than 170 native languages are spoken in Brazil. There are thousands of peoples spread all over the Brazilian territory and all of them, even the isolated ones, face the same threat: development.
Huge corporate projects are advancing rapidly on the Brazilian land, destroying everything in its path, supported by the government. But they stand up, in a city that expels them, to show they will never stop fighting.