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TEDTalks [electronic resource]: Phil Borges, Documenting Our Endangered Cultures

Traveling the world, photographer Phil Borges documents endangered cultures with the hope that he can help preserve them by photographing and interviewing members of them. In this TEDTalk, Borges shows rarely seen images of people from the mountains of Dharamsala, India, and the jungles of the Ecuadorean Amazon, as he tells their stories. In addition, Borges talks about his initiative to link children in indigenous communities from across the globe with students in the U.S. to promote understanding and peace.
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2007
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TEDTalks [electronic resource]: Wade Davis, Cultures at the Far Edge of the World

Anthropologist/ethnobotanist Wade Davis is a passionate advocate for preserving what he's dubbed the "ethnosphere." Using stunning photos and stories, Davis celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the world's indigenous cultures in this TEDTalk. A National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Davis travels the globe to document the cultural practices of people whose time-honored ways of life are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate.
Online
2007