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Bringing Back Indigenous Customs

Alex Cequea

David Good was raised in New Jersey, but was born to an American Anthropologist father and an indigenous Amazonian mother. When David was 5 years old, his mother decided the culture shock of America was too much for her, and moved back to the Venezuelan jungles. 20 years later, David found his mother in the Amazon, and now leads an organization working to preserve indigenous customs called The Good Project (http://jointhegoodproject.com/). This is his story.

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  • Olivier Berthelot

    Good story :)

    Transformational festivals are a good place where you can see the indigenous traditions being renewed with our contemporary beliefs.

    That short documentary by the Bloom project explains it briefly :)

    http://vimeo.com/81569682

    <3

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Amazing story about how a personal experience can spearhead a change movement.