OIKOVYTERI ITEKO'A MÔINGUEVYA (Decolonisation continues), 2020
Newspaper made by members of the Jaguapiru Reservation in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.
Edited by Ke´y Rusú Katupyry and Verá Poty Resakã.
Courtesy of Instituto Guarani-Nhandewá de Estudios da Historia do Brasil and Casa da Maria.
OIKOVYTERI ITEKO'A MÔINGUEVYA (Decolonization continues) is the first Guarani newspaper and is made by members of the Juaguapiru Reservation in Mato Grosso do Sul, considered the most violent state against indigenous people in Brazil. The local town of Dourados is aggressively prejudiced against indigenous peoples. Recently on January 3, 2020 police came into the reservation and shot 6 Guarani who defended stolen lands. This newspaper is written to bring to the attention of the general public the deteriorating situation the community is confronting. The editors are Ke´y Rusú Katupyry and Verá Poty Resakã. It is co-published by the Instituto Guarani-Nhandewá de Estudios da Historia do Brasil, Casa da Maria (Maria’s House) and the Sydney Biennale.