400 Years of Death: The inner heart, part 1,is aprogram about the destruction of Brazil, specifically the Amazon, by white men throughout history, as well as opposition to this destruction from Brazil's native people. The program presents narrative set in various historical time periods discussing the conflict between white men who wish to destroy Brazil's native people to take their land and those who believed the native people's way of life should be honored and protected, undated.
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