RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Soy kills and poisons us. Livestock kills and drives us away," explained indigenous activist Alessandra Korap at the climate strike last Friday.
At the Fridays for Future rally, the Brazilian called for a boycott of soy and meat products from Brazil: "Don't buy any Brazilian products that have indigenous blood on them."
The woman from the Munduruku people stands barefoot, in a T-shirt and jeans on stage in front of the Brandenburg Gate. She explains how she sees the Brazilian government: "President Bolsonaro doesn't like indigenous people, he doesn't like virgin rainforests . . .