The Wider Image: Brazil's indigenous rights hinge on one tribe's legal battle
Elder Vile Ndille, 78, gives Lazaro Kamlem, 47, who is cacique of Palmeira village, a handmade neckless made by his wife at his house in Xokleng Laklano indigenous land, Jose Boiteux, Santa Catarina state, Brazil, August 20, 2021. Kamlem is a descendent of Shaman Kamlem, the Xokleng medicine man who said on his deathbed in 1925 that they would lose their land to "white men," but would one day gain it back. "We are here and we will resist to the end. This struggle will not be over," said Kamlem. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "INDIGENOUS COURT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.