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Pull ourselves up or die out

"This tape shows the only way the!Kung of Nyae Nyae or Ju/Wasi as they call themselves will be able to survive in Namibia. If Ju/Wasi can keep what is left of their land they can support themselves by subsistence farming like everyone else in Namibia. If they are dispossessed of their land they will die out."

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  • "This video, shot between 1980-1984, was an outgrowth of research conducted by John Marshall and Claire Ritchie during those years."
  • ""This tape shows the only way the!Kung of Nyae Nyae or Ju/Wasi as they call themselves will be able to survive in Namibia. If Ju/Wasi can keep what is left of their land they can support themselves by subsistence farming like everyone else in Namibia. If they are dispossessed of their land they will die out.""@en
  • "An example of "advocacy anthropology," this video asserts in caption, voice-over and pictures, that the 8000 !Kung San people in Namibia/South West Africa "will die out" if they are removed from their land -- it is clear that they indeed are being dispossessed. What will die out is their traditional culture; whether as individuals they will die out is another question."@en
  • "An example of "advocacy anthropology," this video asserts in caption, voice-over and pictures, that the 8000!Kung San people in Namibia/South West Africa "will die out" if they are removed from their land -- it is clear that they indeed are being dispossessed. What will die out is their traditional culture; whether as individuals they will die out is another question."@en
  • "This video, shot between 1980-1984, was an outgrowth of research conducted by John Marshall and Claire Ritchie during those years. Intended to raise awareness about issues facing Ju/'hoansi, Pull Ourselves Up or Die Out explores: problems and issues due to the shift from subsistence to a cash-based economy; the possible establishment of a game reserve in Eastern Bushmanland; development of subsistence agriculture by Ju/'hoan groups; and confrontations with South African Administration officials regarding the rights to install a water pump and the rights of Ju/'hoansi to access water."
  • "Describes the dire situation of the!Kung people of Nyae Nyae, Namibia."@en

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  • "Nonfiction films."@en
  • "Ethnographic films."@en
  • "Documentary films."@en
  • "Streaming video."

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  • "Pull ourselves up or die out"
  • "Pull ourselves up or die out"@en
  • "Pull Ourselves Up or Die Out"
  • "Language of the Seeds"
  • "Hi dwi kana!xi"@en
  • "Pull ourselves up or die out a field report /"@en
  • "//hi dwi kana !xi, pull ourselves up or die out"
  • "Pull ourselves up or die out /"