It was at the sound momentum of whelk (traditional instrument) and lots of fun, that we did the HUNI KUĨ CHILDREN’S MANUAL, project Tecendo Saberes. In it we speak of what we know up close: life in our village in the Rio Humaita Kaxinawá Indigenous Land in Acre , near the border with Peru.

We show a bit who we are and what we like, the stories we heard from our grandparents, our language, our games, our way of life. After showing the book and the videos of our manual for children of Rio Branco city we made ​​a garland in the village to celebrate.

For you who were there, here you can watch the nine short films that are part of the Manual.