Ecologists and activists for the rights of indigenous people in Brazil have staged several colourful performances on Trafalgar Square in London. They focused on the genocide of Brazil’s indigenous peoples and the disastrous situation of their people during the pandemic.

Activists organized provocative "bloody" performances on Trafalgar Square
In their action, the protesters decided to use the famous fountains of Trafalgar Square. They poured acidic green and bloody dyes into the fountain, thus giving it a frightening and painful colour. Next to the fountain were activists with posters calling for an end to the oppression of indigenous peoples. The brightest part of the performance was a performance on the steps of the National Gallery. The activists poured litres of fake blood on it and then lay down themselves in front of the gallery. During the action, three were arrested for causing serious damage.

Activists organized provocative "bloody" performances on Trafalgar Square Activists organized provocative "bloody" performances on Trafalgar Square Activists organized provocative "bloody" performances on Trafalgar Square

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