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How a dam is destroying rainforest and displacing thousands in Brazil
The Belo Monte Dam will displace up to 40,000 indigenous people from over 40 different ethnic groups
January 22, 20151:29PM ET
The world’s third-largest hydroelectric dam is under construction on the Xingu River in Brazil, a process that will destroy swaths of rainforest and displace tens of thousands of people. Igre and her indigenous Xikrin tribe are among the communities facing an imminent threat to their way of life.