[act-ma] 11/21 @11.30am: Talk by Wade Davis on Knowledge of Indigenous People in a World Threatened by Climate Crisis
mona.aidboston at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 07:21:42 PST 2020
*"The world in which you were **born is just one model of reality. Other
cultures are not failed attempts at being you; they are unique
manifestations of the human spirit"*
*When: Nov 21st 11:30 am ET/ 8:30 am PT/ 10:00 pm IST*
*What: Talk by Wade Davis*
Association for India’s Development (AID) <https://aidindia.org/>, invites
you to join a conversation with renowned anthropologist, ethnobotanist,
author, photographer, and filmmaker,
Wade Davis, on ‘Knowledge of Indigenous People in a World Threatened by
Wade Davis is a Canadian-U.S.-Colombian anthropologist, ethnobotanist and a
National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence. He has been described as “a rare
combination of scientist, poet and passionate defender of all of life’s
diversity.” He has 15 books, 8 documentary series and various film credits
under his name. He has traveled the world to live alongside various
indigenous communities and is a big advocate of indigenous cultures. Wade
is a ted speaker and you can find his talk here(
We look forward to meeting you.
Please RSVP here:
- Please invite as many friends as possible.
Association for India’s Development is a volunteer movement promoting
sustainable, equitable and just development.
AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in
interconnected spheres such as environmental &
gender justice, education, agriculture and health.
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