Why uncontacted tribes should be left alone

The Sapanawa had been driven from their homes by fear and desperation. Can any free choice be made where illegal loggers, drug traffickers, oil companies and some missionaries put innocent people at extreme risk of horrific violence and devastating epidemics?

For uncontacted peoples, who face catastrophe unless their land is protected, security and autonomy can only come from the recognition and proper protection of their land ownership rights.

By paying attention to what these uncontacted tribes say and do, their meaning is clear no matter what language you speak: They want to be left alone.