In Brazil, the cities of Brumadinho, Mariana and Maceió have been marked forever by environmental tragedies. The consequences of mining in Latin America are evidence of crimes against the environment committed by multinationals in their ruthless management of the industry. In Brumadinho and Mariana dams burst wreaking devastation, destroying lives, leaving scars on both the landscape and the survivors. Uncontrolled mining in Maceió caused the land to collapse, burying homes and dreams. On what remains of their land, the people are crying out for help, pleading for justice.


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