Alianza Arkana

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Through establishing grassroots alliances with indigenous and international organizations, strengthening stewardship of vital ecosystems, honoring ancestral wisdom in the creation and application of sustainable development practices, preserving cultural identity and traditions through true intercultural education, and standing in solidarity with our allies for environmental and social justice, we will ensure a clean, just, and sustainable [...] Continue Reading

Amazonia Foundation

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The Amazonia Foundation is a California-based 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation, founded in 1991. It is our mission to foster innovative and successful programs that can help stabilize the health of indigenous populations, participating in a solution to the global health crisis. History Michael Stuart Ani (Amazonia’s founder and president) had been visiting and living with tribal [...] Continue Reading

Beyond Connections/ Converging Pathways Consultancy

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Converging Pathways and Beyond Connections have partnered to form a unique approach to engagement and development of individuals and teams.  Igniting and electrifying rooms globally on creating a movement of inclusion and respect through story, experience and truth.  It is not just about engaging participants but creating a movement that outreaches and engages with a [...] Continue Reading

Caat Projects

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By collaborating with local initiatives that look to empower vulnerable communities (or groups), CAAT projects aims to bring creative and sustainable methods that help them realise their full potential. We promote: – Art, multiculturalism and diversity; – Resilience and integration of vulnerable groups; – Creative and sustainable solutions. We organize several events within the EU [...] Continue Reading

Cineblend

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CINEBLEND FESTIVAL is the new name for the Beeld voor Beeld festival, a yearly documentary film festival focusing on issues of cultural diversity, now in its 27th year. Rooted in visual anthropology, the festival screens documentaries on various (sub)cultures, offering discussions and seminars. The festival serves as a meeting place for filmmakers and audiences from [...] Continue Reading

Crazywise

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CRAZYWISE is a documentary produced and directed by Phil Borges and Kevin Tomlinson, seeking answers to the question: What can we learn from those who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience? During a quarter-century documenting indigenous cultures, human-rights photographer and filmmaker Phil Borges often saw these cultures identify “psychotic” symptoms as [...] Continue Reading

Culture is Life

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 By listening to the knowledge shared by our leaders and our young people, by raising awareness through campaign work, and by activating change through supporting the implementation of Aboriginal led and determined solutions that we know work, Culture is Life engages networks to address the disparities faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and [...] Continue Reading

Down to Earth

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Leaving the rat race behind, a family of five embarks on the journey of a lifetime and made a documentary about it. They travel the ends of the earth searching for a new perspective on life. During five years on six continents they seek out tribal sages never filmed or interviewed before. DOWN to EARTH [...] Continue Reading

Earthkeepers


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I dedicate my heart and soul to bring out the best in people; to become the inspiration the world needs today! I was called to serve as an Earthkeeper in everything I do. Stopping all previous initiatives to fully dedicate to this Earthkeepers call. Calling other Earthkeepers from all walks of life, building bridges between [...] Continue Reading

Esteban Perroud

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Esteban Perroud was born in Chivilcoy, Buenos Aires, Argentina on August 10th, 1984. In 2002, he studied Electro- acoustic Composition of Music at the National University of Quilmes. In 2009 Perroud finished his studies as Cinematographer at the Universidad del Cine (FUC). In 2006 he worked as a soundman for TV Channel 13 Polka, on [...] Continue Reading

Fábio Nascimento

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Fábio Nascimento is dedicated to his passions: photography, film and music. In all three of them, he is fully committed, body and soul, to his storytelling mission. Be it through journalistic and documentary film and photography, cinematography, editing, sound or composition. Stories unite many worlds, they must be told, they should be heard. Photos and [...] Continue Reading

Fern

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Fern is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and a Dutch Stichting created in 1995 to keep track of the European Union’s involvement in forests and coordinate NGO activities at the European level. Our work centres on forests and forest peoples’ rights and the issues that affect them such as trade and investment and climate change. All [...] Continue Reading

Giovani Zanolino

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Born on the 7th of june 1986 in Perigueux France. He tries to create art in a state of communion with the universe letting the hands simply do the work they are willed to do. Except for 8 years abroad, studying and travelling, he has lived on the island nation of Curaçao most of his life. He went to the Art academy in Zwolle, the Netherlands, and finished his bachelors in English language and culture in Limoges, France. The goal of his art and life is to try and find balance and understanding. Ultimately to learn about Love and the higher self. He hopes that the images created may play their part in a continually evolving existence and hopefully continue to inspire people to aspire for the truth. Continue Reading

Greenoxx

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Greenoxx is a non-governmental organization dedicated to combat climate change, an integrant of the Ammando Foundation in Dublin, Ireland, formed by more than 1800 nonprofits worldwide, and a member of the GEF CSO Network dedicated to safeguard the global environment and promote sustainable development. In 2012, Greenoxx launched The Madre de Dios Amazon REDD project, [...] Continue Reading

Health Poverty Action

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Health Poverty Action works to strengthen poor and marginalised people in their struggle for health. We prioritise those missed out by almost everyone else. Our work falls into four broad categories: In-country development programmes We work in partnership with poor and marginalised communities in 12 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America to help them improve [...] Continue Reading

Historica Canada

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At Historica Canada, we build awareness of Canadian history and citizenship. Our programs reach more than 10 million Canadians annually, which makes us the largest independent organization of our kind. While our headquarters are in Toronto, we also operate the Ottawa-based Encounters With Canada program. Our staff travels coast to coast to coast to meet [...] Continue Reading

Home of Art

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Home of Art is an art gallery in the Museum District of Amsterdam (Diagonally across Het Concertgebouw and just around the corner of Het Museumplein), that aims to present and promote talented artists in an artistic, international and cozy atmosphere. Besides exhibiting and selling art, Home of Art regularly hosts and organises intimate concerts, workshops, [...] Continue Reading

Hope for Health

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  “Hope for Health aims to transform the way in which Indigenous Australians understand and engage with health.” A Yolngu-led initiative based on Elcho Island in Arnhem Land, Hope for Health was established by husband and wife team Kama and Tim Trudgen along with local community member Dianne Biritjalawuy. It focuses on using tools of [...] Continue Reading

Huellas que Trascienden

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Huellas que Trascienden combats poverty by turning, in an innovative and integral way, the talents that the indigenous women of Chiapas have into income for their households. We work on five elemental fronts: 1.We provide an interest free loan in the form of goods for them to start a productive project. 2. We offer the [...] Continue Reading

I-Ref

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I-ref is a German media platform and business that offers a pioneers’ point of view into the modern world of food, culture, art, traveling and lifestyle from different angles – told to us through editorial content, photography, inspired recommendations for globetrotters and presented in a dynamic way. We want to document the progress of the [...] Continue Reading

ICEA Foundation

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ICEA is a youth-led not-for-profit organisation that aims to achieve reconciliation through mutual respect for all Australians. ICEA runs programs and events for young people that aim to facilitate positive, genuine cross-cultural experiences, build enduring relationships and ultimately foster greater understanding of Indigenous cultures and Australia’s shared history. We work with young people in the [...] Continue Reading

ICTV

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Indigenous Community Television (ICTV) is an independent, not for profit organisation. Our Core purpose is to improve the lives of Indigenous Australian through the creation of media distribution outlets that enable the active sharing of stories, culture, language and the provision of essential information. Each year, as more of our elders pass away, ICTV plays [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Education Foundation

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IEF aim is to prevent long-term poverty amongst displaced Indigenous peoples by empowering their development of educational solutions based around the preservation and utilisation of cultural knowledge, customs, and their local environment. To ensure our programs are successfully designed, developed, implemented and maintained by the local Indigenous community, IEF focuses its strategy on community research, [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Movement

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Indigenous Movement consults and informs from an Indigenous perspective, which often differs from a western worldview. We aim to foster the creation of new solutions and alternatives to global Indigenous issues, including sustainable economic development and climate change, always with respect to nature, dignity, and collective rights.  Our vision is to create a world in [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Peoples of Africa Co-ordinating Committee

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The Indigenous Peoples of Africa Co-ordinating Committee (IPACC) is a network of 135 indigenous peoples’ organisations in 20 African countries. It is a membership organisation. Members elect an Executive Committee representing six geographic and cultural regions in Africa including a special regional representative of indigenous women. Any legitimate organisation run by African indigenous peoples for [...] Continue Reading

Indigistream

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Indigistream.com.au is a media concept with a major focus on streaming Live/Near Live Indigenous culture and events from around Australia. A major focus is health and wellbeing and positive messages and campaigns for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Indigistream was founded by Donald Johannessen. Donald is an Aboriginal Journalist and producer born in Rockhampton Queensland and has [...] Continue Reading

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Iron Yogis

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 “Iron is full of impurities that weaken it, through forging it becomes steel.” Sensei Ueshiba. What is Iron Yogis? Iron Yogis is a practice of breathing, living, exploring and sharing life experiences that offers a mentoring experience within diverse communities.  Through music, the meditative practices of Qi Gong and Yoga, we share our understanding of balanced [...] Continue Reading

Jarvis Dooney Gallery

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Jarvis Dooney Galerie presents a thematically curated programme of contemporary photography and photo media, with a focus on artists from Australia and New Zealand. Representing both established and emerging artists, the gallery also hosts artists talks and presentations, providing a platform for cultural exchange between Germany and Oceania. Jarvis Dooney has a history of promoting [...] Continue Reading

Jimmy Nelson Foundation

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Jimmy Nelson (UK, 1967) started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot (1985). The journey lasted a year and upon his return his unique visual diary, featuring revealing images of a previously inaccessible Tibet, was published to wide international acclaim. Continue Reading

Kaya Volunteer

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Kaya’s mission is to promote sustainable social, environmental and economic development, empower communities and cultivate educated, compassionate global citizens through responsible travel. At Kaya, we take our claims of responsible travel very seriously. There are many issues to consider within the scope of traveling, volunteering and studying in the developing world. Many of these issues [...] Continue Reading

Let’s Explore Magazine

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Let’s Explore is a platform of curated inspiration; exploring the inspiring stories and travels of people who then create quality brands, products, food, magazines and design. Not interested in the marketing pitch, but rather in the ‘why’. The Online Features are medium-length magazine reviews, photo essay’s, written essay’s, interviews and stories. This medium-form content is [...] Continue Reading

Majestic Disorder Media

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Majestic disorder is an independent arts + culture print publication with the look and feel of a coffee table book. Our exclusive content is timelessly designed, creatively captured and journalistically written as it lives in the analog world. Through our printed pages we explore the myriad of global cultures and connect these stories to our [...] Continue Reading

Mama Tierra

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Mama Tierra is a non-profit organization that supports indigenous communities in their quest for self-determination, human rights and protection of natural resources. We focus mostly on indigenous women because they carry the biggest responsibility within their communities, they play a vital role for the well-being of their families and the care-taking of the children, the [...] Continue Reading

Algunas mujeres guerrilleras observan atentas desde una casa cercana el ecuentro deportivo entre las FARC y los civiles. Foto: Federico Rios

Native Agency

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Native is an agency focused on Latin American and African visual talent. It seeks to empower underrepresented photojournalists and visual storytellers and connect them to a global audience. While huge strides have been made by Latin American & African visual journalists to break into the– what still is an all western and male –industry. Storytellers [...] Continue Reading

Native Hope

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Native Hope is a nonprofit organization that exists to empower a young generation of Native Americans through programs that provide education, protect at-risk youth, and honor cultural heritage. Our Values: We respect culture by offering support to mend issues on reservations and preserving the traditions of each tribe. We take bold action to inspire success when addressing the [...] Continue Reading

Nema Etebar

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Nema is a spirited team photographer who loves urban life and all of humanity. Nema welcomes diversity in all its forms, which comes through in his art as well as in the meaningful conversations he has in every city he visits. The best way to keep track of Nema is to follow him on Instagram [...] Continue Reading

Nika Feldman

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Nika Feldman is a self described rag picker/costume ethnographer and has worked as a contemporary textile artist for over fifteen years. The conceptual narratives behind her art focus on the connections between people, culture, clothing and identity. “Costume acts as the visual language of a culture, communicating on numerous levels a mass of information. I [...] Continue Reading

Novalis

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Novalis is an investigative platform for science, art, and ecology. Based in the SE Peruvian Amazon, our goal is to continue preservation initiatives on 2,000 hectares of primary rainforest, and provide a home-base for rainforest experiences, community-building, and research relating to conservation, preservation, art & design, and indigenous knowledge. ​We welcome private groups, individuals, and universities [...] Continue Reading

One Common Heart

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Our sorrow In the villages of the rain forest, the people are rapidly losing their culture and their way of life. Even the most remote villages are being overtaken by uniform global commerce, and lifestyles are changing faster than people can adapt. These indigenous people have lived in harmony with their environments for millennia and [...] Continue Reading

Pakhuis de Zwijger

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Pakhuis de Zwijger is a unique cultural organisation which opened its doors in 2006 and has grown to be an independent platform for and by the city of Amsterdam and its inhabitants. Pakhuis de Zwijger celebrates its tenth birthday. It started with a dream, sprung from Cultuurfabriek and the directorship of Over het IJ Festival [...] Continue Reading

Pan South African Language Board

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” One nation many languages” The Pan South African Language Board was established in South Africa to promote multilingualism and language rights as well as to develop the official languages of South Africa. The board was established through an act of the parliament. The Act seeks to: promote and create conditions for the development and [...] Continue Reading

Planete Urgence

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In the space of a few years, solidarity has undergone a great many changes. Today, a wide range of initiatives are being implemented in developing countries: cooperatives, local associations, social entrepreneurs, producers’ organisations, etc. There are large numbers of stakeholders working on a daily basis to promote essential services for their local communities and help [...] Continue Reading

Pllek

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Pllek is an open-minded, surprising, warm and creative cultural hang-out that focuses on healthy living and sustainability. Pllek serves honest food – mostly organic – and cooks up an inspiring mix of music, movies, exhibitions, workshops, yoga, events for kids, mini-festivals and much more. Our programming is always focused on interconnection, (cultural) awareness and our shared world. [...] Continue Reading

Raventrust

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  When RAVEN was formed in 2009, it was because the original board recognized the need to redress an inherent imbalance. To obtain justice in the courts for Canada’s First Nations in their struggle to protect rights and lands native leaders, advocates and their legal teams almost always face overwhelming odds when going against the [...] Continue Reading

Ronald Duikersloot

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Ronald Duikersloot (1979) is a classic example of a versatile contemporary artist with a socio-critical worldview. From professional graffiti artist, idealist, robot designer to flamethrower performer as DE WILDLASSER on alternative festivals, the concepts of Duikersloot are mainly ironic and something to remember. His motto is: Rule # 1: “There are no rules!” He’s shown [...] Continue Reading

Shipibo Conibo Center

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The Shipibo Conibo Center is an art project in the form of a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit cultural organization whose headquarters are based in a townhouse within the Hamilton Heights Historical District in Manhattan. Driven by experimental practice and poetic intent, the organization is set up to promote and perpetuate the creative life-ways and knowledge [...] Continue Reading

Small Island, Big Song

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Small Island, Big Song is a musical adventure recording with Indigenous musicians across Indian and Pacific oceans. Covering over half our Earths surface the Indian and Pacific Oceans share an enduring ancient story. A heritage bound by courage, culture and song, spread by the ocean currents and trade winds over 5,000 years. With continuing traditions these [...] Continue Reading

Sounds & Colours Magazine

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Sounds and Colours is a South American music and culture magazine exploring the sheer wonderment of the Latin American world. It’s a guide for anyone interested in South American culture whether you’ve never even stepped foot in the region or have lived there your whole life – we hope to have a little something for [...] Continue Reading

Tällberg Foundation

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‘How on earth can we live together?’ Background The Tällberg Foundation, founded more than three decades ago, aims to provoke people to think differently about the global issues that are shaping their present and their future. We have offices in Stockholm and New York, but operate globally. For more than thirty years, the Foundation has [...] Continue Reading

Tech Open Air Berlin

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Tech Open Air is Europe’s leading interdisciplinary technology festival. At TOA our mission is to connect, grow and inspire the human spirit through interdisciplinary knowledge exchange and collaboration. In 2012 a bunch of Berlin startup folks came together to create a new kind of Festival, bound by the desire to build a bridge between the [...] Continue Reading

The Snow Goose

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The Snow Goose has a well established reputation for excellence and authenticity in the presentation of Canadian and First Nations Arts and Crafts from the East coast to the West coast and across Northern Canada.

Treecreds

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Climate change through human activity is now scientifically recognized and its devastating effects are increasingly being felt around the planet. Deforestation is responsible for nearly one fifth of greenhouse gas emissions and has resulted in significant loss of biodiversity and degradation of land and water resources. Treecreds is a support, management, advocacy and promotional agency [...] Continue Reading

Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization

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The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is an international, nonviolent, and democratic membership organisation. Its members are indigenous peoples, minorities, and unrecognised or occupied territories who have joined together to protect and promote their human and cultural rights, to preserve their environments, and to find nonviolent solutions to conflicts which affect them. Although the [...] Continue Reading

Waltja

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Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation (Waltja) is an Aboriginal controlled community-based organisation, which does good work with families, grounded in strong culture and relationships.  We work in remote Central Australian Aboriginal communities, across nine languages and across more than one quarter of the Northern Territory, delivering community driven programs to strengthen culture and language, strengthen [...] Continue Reading

Wayne Quilliam

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Adjunct Professor Wayne Quilliam is one of Australia’s most respected Indigenous photographers/artist/curators/videographers and cultural advisers working at a local, national and international level. His award winning career includes the coveted National NAIDOC Indigenous Artist of the Year, nominated as a Master of Photography by National Geographic, winner of Business of the Year for the Australian [...] Continue Reading

We are Humanity

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WE ARE HUMANITY PROJECT – THE JARAWA CAMPAIGN is a global outreach campaign that aims to introduce you to one of the most ancient people in the world, the Jarawa, the last descendants of the first humans. The Jarawas came from Africa to Asia, 70,000 years ago. Nobody knows their story. They live happy and free [...] Continue Reading

Why Warriors

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We are a committed group of Balanda (mainstream) and Yolngu (East Arnhem Land Aboriginal) individuals who believe in making a difference. We partner together to bring locally controlled change, as well as opportunities for cultures to understand each other. Why Warriors co-founder Richard Trudgen wrote the seminal book “Why Warriors Lie Down And Die”, a [...] Continue Reading

Xapiri

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Xapiri supports Amazonian indigenous culture by unifying ethical art, emotive photography and informative media. The vision is to increase awareness and inspire positive change. Through art, we can connect and learn from indigenous culture while supporting a sustainable fair-trade economy. The indigenous arts of the Amazon are varied, with each tribe having their own distinct [...] Continue Reading

他者 Others

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Founded in 2016 in Shanghai, China. OTHERS is part of a media company that focus on tribal culture, arts and humanities. We believe indigenous culture and their ancient wisdom can help those who live in the industrial society. The later often feel disconnected with nature, and this brings lots of problems. Native people on the [...] Continue Reading