“Indigenous Peoples in the Dictatorship” is the sixth episode of the series Incontáveis, a series that tells stories that are not usually told about the military dictatorship in Brazil. Produced by the UFRJ Memory and Truth Commission, the series seeks to disseminate recent academic research and reports prepared by the truth commissions. In this episode, we see how, during the dictatorship, indigenous peoples were the target of removals, massacres and epidemics in the name of development and national security. Businessmen, bankers, landowners and state agents allied themselves to "pacify" the alienated Indians and accelerate their "integration" into national society. Removing them from their lands, they built roads and hydroelectric dams, and installed economic activities such as farming and mining, generating pollution and destruction. On the other hand, the film also portrays the struggle of sertanistas, anthropologists and missionaries, the emergence of the unified indigenous movement and the challenges of the democratic period. The narration is by Douglas Krenak, whose family was exiled from their sacred territory during the dictatorship.