Over 500 Indigenous women and their allies from seven nationalities (the Andoa, Achuar, Kichwa, Shuar, Shiwiar, Sapara and Waorani nations) took to Ecuador’s streets to protest a contract the government signed without Indigenous consent. Ecuador’s government ignored the wishes of Indigenous nations when it granted a Chinese oil corporation access to 500,000 undeveloped acres in the Amazon. Many of the marchers were moved to action by the murder of Indigenous earth defender Berta Cáceres and paid tribute to her life and legacy during the protest.