John Allen Chau: What we could learn from remote tribes

When American John Allen Chau was killed by an endangered tribe in India last week, it brought a renewed focus on some of the world's most isolated people.
Officials in India said Chau was a missionary keen to convert the protected Sentinelese people on the Andaman and Nicobar islands.
But the Sentinelese, who are fearful of outsiders, attacked Chau with bows and arrows.
Advocates for isolated communities, like London-based Survival International, say Chau's killing should act as a reminder that remote tribes need to be protected from the outside world.
And one anthropologist interviewed by... read more

 
24 November 2018 in World News, Views: 58
Source: BBC
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