Jimmy Nelson - Blink. And they are gone
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Description: Worldwide call to preserve global cultural heritage by portraying the world’s last indigenous cultures in all their glory.
Planet Earth is at risk of losing the cultural identities of many of the world’s most unique indigenous people. This is a global issue and a result of many escalating factors, including industrialization, globalization and cultural saturation led by the increasing predominance of the internet. Together this sees a homogenization and westernization of the originally diverse cultures of this world.
“If we let the cultural identity of the indigenous people disappear now, it will be lost forever. It’s literally a case of BLINK and they’re gone. And if this happens, we will lose one of the most valuable assets we have – our rich human cultural diversity and heritage. The depth and wealth of our humanity will shrink. This must not happen. Our collective cultural identity is too valuable to be destroyed by homogenization. We must unify and fight to support indigenous cultures and take personal pride in the myriad of their cultural traditions that are still to be found on the planet today.”
Video Added: 25.08.2020
'Jimmy Nelson - Blink. And they are gone'
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