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Brazilian tribe uses music to fight for land

Group of young Guarani Indians in country's southwest use rap to boost fight to reclaim their lands.

Last Modified: 25 Sep 2013 01:15
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A group of indigenous teenagers in Brazil are using music to draw attention to their fight to keep their ancestral lands.

The Guarani tribe, in the southwest, have been struggling to reclaim their territories from big companies for decades.

In part three of our series from the region, Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo met a group of young Guarani Indians, who are using rap to push for change.

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