We, representatives of the Indigenous Peoples of the Juruá Valley—Apolima-Arara, Ashaninka, Huni Kuin, Jaminawa, Jaminawa-Arara, Kuntanawa, Nukini, Puyanawa, Shanenawa, Yawanawá and Shawãdawa, Noke Koi—assembled at the Third Indigenous Ayahuasca Conference, held on October 10–13, 2019, at the Yorenka Tasorentsi Institute, in the municipality of Marechal Thaumaturgo, Acre State, Brazil, coordinated by the Yorenka Tasorentsi Institute and the Organization of the Indigenous Peoples of the Juruá River (Organização dos Povos Indígenas do Rio Juruá: OPIRJ), with the participation of other organizations and participants present, after intense debate, hereby… continue reading.

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