The very existence of the Hadza people of East Africa– among the last true hunter-gatherer foragers in Africa–is an astonishing phenomenon at best. And even more so in a world where relentless “progress” and limited resources have extinguished so may traditional cultural practices. Yet this small community of some 300 indigenous inhabitants found along most of the perimeter of Lake Eyasi in the Great Rift Valley in present-day Tanzania, where we as a species evolved, has managed to sustain a way of life that has prevailed for thousands of years….
By: Libby Moitka
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