Tribal people around the world fight to maintain rights to their ancestral land and way of life
| 07:43 mins.
Survival International's Fiona Watson explains how tribal groups defend their ancestral lands against economic interests. In Brazil, a mining company is trying to expand a railroad line that already cuts through the rainforest that's home to the Awa people, one of the world's most endangered tribes. A judge last week stopped this railroad project, but the mining company is planning to appeal.