The Hadza: Last Of The First

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The Nature Conservancy in Texas says
The Hadza: Last of the First takes a lively look at one of the world's last hunter-gatherer groups and our shared human origins in Africa's Rift Valley. In the cradle of humanity, the Hadza have lived sustainably off the bounty of their Tanzanian homeland for at least 50,000 years. However, recent threats to the lands and wildlife threaten to extinguish this unique and vibrant culture. Now producer-director Bill Benenson and his team at Firestick Productions are collaborating with The Nature Conservancy to help protect the Hadza's homeland.

Join us on April 13 in Houston for the one-night-only premiere of The Hadza: Last of The First. This exclusive screening is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre inside the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Attendees will not only have the opportunity to chat with the film’s producers, but with David Banks, director of the Conservancy’s Africa program, Laura Huffman, state director of The Conservancy in Texas, and Laurie Benenson, one of the film's producers. Banks and Huffman will discuss the Conservancy’s commitment to working alongside the Hadza people to conserve their homeland and way of life, and highlight the ways in which Texas conservation projects inform the Conservancy’s work in Africa and elsewhere.

For tickets, visit the Houston Museum of Natural Science box office or call them at 713-639-4629. Tickets are $18, but Nature Conservancy and HMNS Members can buy them for $12. Use coupon code Lec$6off at the HMNS Box Office (Coupon codes not accepted online).
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By: The Nature Conservancy in Texas

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