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Shanna Hanbury

Shanna is a freelance journalist who has worked with the world's top international publications. A Rio de Janeiro native, she has extensive experience in research and reporting across Brazil and Latin America with a focus on the environment, culture and social issues.

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50 Years Later, Finally Justice for Brazil's Indigenous Krenak People

"Justice, however slow, is being served," said Indigenous chief Geovani Krenak. "The spirit of our assassinated warriors, like my grandfather, welcomes this decision."

Shanna Hanbury ·


Studies Reveal Climate Tipping Points Could Be Here Much Sooner Than We Thought

According to the findings, climate tipping points could happen in a matter of years or decades, not on the ecological timescale of hundreds, or even, thousands of years.

Shanna Hanbury ·


Indigenous Group Wins Unprecedented Right of Reply to Bolsonaro’s Racist Invective

A federal judge in Brazil has ordered government websites to post a letter from the Kinja indigenous people for 30 days as part of their right to respond to racist rhetoric from the president's administration.

Shanna Hanbury ·

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