Why should we Care?

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Why Should We Care?


Scientists have convincingly proved that the cradle of modern humans is Africa.

Africa is where we ALL came from either in dim prehistory, or more recently. UC Berkeley already in 1989 through DNA blood sample 'fingerprinting' indicated that the San are the oldest survivors on mankind's family tree. Thus whether we are black, white, red or yellow, the San can be likened to our oldest living relatives.

But out of sight, out of mind in the remote Kalahari, the last kind gentle San are quietly dying out while the media et al focus on rain forests, global warming, spotted owls, snail darters.

 

 

 

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Bare But For An Ostrich Egg Chip Necklace,
The Kalahari Is His Sand Box, A Tasama Melon His Only Toy.


The San's demise equates to the ecological destruction of a globally important ecosystem, the fragile Kalahari, where the San and their God-given animals lived naturally since before the dawn of time. Environmentalism is (was) their very religion and universal occupation. They were not afflicted with the post-Agricultural Revolution human vices of MATERIALISM and GREED.

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ECOTERRA International is a worldwide organisation supporting indigenous peoples. It stands for their right to decide their own future and helps them protect their lives, lands and human rights. ECOTERRA is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1968, which receives no funds from any national government.

 

We are also working with other groups to raise funds to repossess, lease or secure ancestral lands in southern Africa, where communities of San can redefine their traditional way of life. Please join us!