In Bill Benenson’s documentary The Hadza: Last of the First, one of the world’s most ancient and traditionally self-sustaining peoples, the Hadza of Tanzania, are shown in the grip of shifting global forces. One child wears a Chieftains T-shirt; a Hadza woman named Wande explains that they’ve begun trading honey for cornmeal, supplanting a diet of game and foraged produce. “They get the better deal,” she says bluntly.
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