Brazilian land rights defender Fernando dos Santos Araújo was executed in January of this year, nearly four years after witnessing the massacre of his boyfriend and nine others by military police for cultivating land not legally their own. Araújo was a key witness in the investigation and was targeted, other land defenders believe, for both his courage to tell what he had seen and because he was gay. The sweeping feature explores the intersection of land rights, homophobia, deforestation, and societal inequities in the Brazilian landless workers movement. (Atmos)