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Endangered Peoples

Davidson, Art

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ISBN 10: 0871564238 / ISBN 13: 9780871564238
Published by Sierra Club, 1994
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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0871564238 4to. Foreword by Rigoberta Menchu with photographs by Art Wolff and John Isaac. A celebration of indigenous peoples from the Arctic Circle, Sarawak and Indonesia. Beautifully photographed. The Penan, the Igorot and Hmong refugees are just a few of the endangered groups represented. 195pp. Profusely illus. in color. 2nd prtg. > Language: English | > Size: 4to | > Media/Binding: Soft cover |. Bookseller Inventory # CORV-SEA-02941

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Title: Endangered Peoples

Publisher: Sierra Club

Publication Date: 1994


Book Condition:Fine

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This widely acclaimed volume gives voice and faith to the ongoing struggles of indigenous peoples throughout the world to defend their lands, their way of life, and their very existence against the onslaught of modern development. "A testament to the gifts of indigenous groups."--Smithsonian. 100 color photos.

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Davidson, who has long worked for Native Alaskans' rights, argues eloquently for help in their efforts to survive. Photographs, too, are well used; vivid close-ups capture confident maturity, the patience of long-time survivors, and healthy, open faces of children, with some choice panoramas of their environments. The text combines their testimony and views with Davidson's personal experiences and sharp criticism of callous superpowers and local governments. Many indigenous groups face extinction, some inevitably. Others have capable, articulate, and educated leaders who understand the hazardous, value-based choice to hold with their past as they work on their future. Confident they have something to teach money-oriented cultures about living in harmony with all things, they argue for saving endangered human cultures, too. Virginia Dwyer

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