A chalkboard inside a community classroom in the Valmir Motta de Oliveira "Keno" settlement near Cascavel.
Standing in the doorway
A resident of the First of August camp standing in the doorway of her home.
Geni Teixeira de Souza
Geni Teixeira de Souza, the First of August camp's school coordinator.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara's image
Latin American revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara's image is painted on a building in the First of August camp next to the quotation:"It is necessary to develop a consciousness in which values acquire new categories."
Settlement near Cascavel
A large industrial farm can be seen beyond the Valmir Motta de Oliveira "Keno" settlement near Cascavel.
Marilene Hammel and Araides Duarte da Luz
Marilene Hammel and Araides Duarte da Luz met in the movement and live in the Olga Benário settlement. They are pictured here with their two children. The Rev. Luiz Carlos Gabas, a priest in the Anglican Diocese of Curitiba, stands in the center.
Houses sit along a dirt road next to a two-lane highway in the Primeiros Passos, or First Steps camp, which belongs to the Movement for the Liberation of the Landless, or MLST, a smaller breakaway movement of the MST.
A view of a kitchen inside a home in the "Primeiros Passos," or First Steps camp, which belongs to the Movement for the Liberation of the Landless, or MLST, a smaller breakaway movement of the MST.
When the Paróquia da Ascensão Igreja Anglicana in Cascavel upgraded from a wooden to a brick structure, the old wood was used to build the current Capela Jesus Cristo Libertador, or Christ the Liberator Chapel, inside the First Steps camp.
Christ the Liberator Chapel
The interior of Christ the Liberator Chapel.
Robson Soares da Silva lives with his wife and infant daughter in the First Steps camp. He is an MLST leader.
Jair Francisco de Paula
Jair Francisco de Paula has been a political leader in the Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST), Brazil's Landless Rural Workers Movement, for the last nine years. He lives in the First of August camp.