Keepers of the Central Fire: Issues in Ecology for Indigenous Peoples
Jones and Bartlett, 1999 - 250 pages
The health of Native Americans is intimately tied to the health of the environment. Yet abuses of land, water, and air continue to compromise the health of native people and their land rights. This fascinating book explores this intimate relationship between people and the land, and environment and health. Here is an important message for health care providers, ecologists, and those who attempt to live their lives in harmony with the earth.
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