Nature Conservancy film screening: The Hadza: Last of The First

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Join for a lively look into the origins of human civilization — Africa's Rift Valley, home of the unique but imperiled Hadza people. As east Africa's last remaining community of hunter-gatherers, the Hadza have lived sustainably off the Tanzanian land for more than 50,000 years. But their way of life, which harkens back to that of our earliest ancestors, is now under attack.

This exclusive one-night-only premiere of The Hadza: Last of The First is co-sponsored by The Nature Conservancy, which is committed to helping protect the land that is so critical to the Hadza's survival. David Banks, director of the conservancy's Africa program, will be on hand to discuss the organization's commitment to working alongside the Hadza people to conserve their homeland and way of life.

Laura Huffman, state director of The Nature Conservancy in Texas, will discuss how conservation projects in Texas inform the conservancy's work in Africa and elsewhere.

Seating is limited. Registration in advance is recommended



Houston Museum of Natural Science
5555 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston, TX 77030


$12 - $18
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