Renata Paula Lima Beltrão

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In late 2010, Haitian immigrants began to arrive at remote river border crossings in the western Brazilian Amazon. Attracted by the prospect of work in Brazil's burgeoning economy, thousands of Hai-tians paid large sums to people traffickers, known as ''coyotes,'' to arrange their journey to Brazil. They entered Brazil through the border towns of Tabatinga(More)
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