“Silent Warrior” by Indigenous Brazilian Poet Márcia Wayna Kambeba — Three Worlds One Vision

Márcia Wayna Kambeba – Indigenous Poet – Belém – Pará – Brazil Photo Credit: Brazilian Women’s Magazine Seja Extraordinária My Poetry Corner November 2019 features the poem “Silent Warrior” (Silêncio Guerreiro) by Márcia Wayna Kambeba, the artistic name of Márcia Vieira da Silva, an indigenous Brazilian poet, geographer, performer, and activist for indigenous rights. […]

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3 thoughts on ““Silent Warrior” by Indigenous Brazilian Poet Márcia Wayna Kambeba — Three Worlds One Vision”

  1. Another one for my former madam from Brazil not to read.

    I’m sending it to her anyway because I’ve posted this article on Brazilian Indigenous people on my site concerning Afro Brazilian matters more intimate than concerns Indigenous.

    Now we have a collection of writings that from an historical perspective tie all six inhabited continents into the story of human migration through prehistory and history!

    As the late David Bowie
    lyricised ‘when time takes a
    cigarette” on https://youtu.be/utAmcayofC8

    Like

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