The Huni Kuin indigenous people, also known as the Kaxinawás, live in a shared territory between Brazil and Peru, being the most populous ethnic group in Acre, immersed in and interconnected to the majestic Amazon rainforest. Like other native peoples, the Huni Kuin also had to resist years of exploitation and persecution, especially because of the rubber cycle installed in the forest for decades.
In light of this, the Huni Kuin people, who live in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, make this call. Together we can act so that abundance and true prosperity can be enjoyed by all inhabitants of planet Earth and future generations.
A prophetic vision of the Ixan Spiritual Leader Huni Kuin on the preservation of forest life, its mysteries and ancient Huni Kuin culture.
A call to build alliances with peoples of all colors, from all directions.