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Amazon Aid Foundation stands in solidarity with movements in the US, the Amazon region, and around the world to counter racism and exploitation in all forms.

Amazon Aid Foundation stands in solidarity with movements in the US, the Amazon region, and around the world to counter racism and exploitation in all forms.

The pandemic’s unequal toll on communities of color, who are sounding the call for urgent change and justice, is a result of systemic racism. We must listen, learn, and act.

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Celebrate World Rainforest Day On June 22

Celebrate World Rainforest Day On June 22

On June 22nd, Amazon Aid Foundation will join over 70 global organizations and individuals to celebrate the 4th annual World Rainforest Day, hosted and produced by Rainforest Partnership. A special livestream event on June 22nd will feature performances and...

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Amazon Aid supports the Amazon Emergency Fund

Amazon Aid supports the Amazon Emergency Fund

How Organizations Find Solidarity To Make Change And Meet Urgent Needs Right now, our world desperately needs solidarity and systemic change. From the streets of cities in the U.S and around the world, to the depths of the Amazon Rainforest, awareness is growing of...

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The Amazon and Disease: how rainforests protect our health

The Amazon and Disease: how rainforests protect our health

Viruses like Covid-19 seem to spring into our lives from nowhere, devastating us with loss and grief. But the reality is that we are almost always the cause of the diseases that make us suffer. The worst epidemics in recent history—AIDS, SARS, Lyme Disease, Ebola, and...

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Forests are our best defense against climate change.

400 indigenous groups call the Amazon home.

Illicit gold mining is threatening the Amazon.

At the current rate of destruction, it is projected that the Amazon Rainforest could be gone in 40 years.

Help us protect the Amazon.

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