The Huli people have tribal customs from thousands of years. When the Europeans “discovered” them in the 1940’s, life changed. And not all for the good, nor that benefited the Huli. “Modernization” has brought broken contracts, theft of land and resources, guns, and violence to protect what is theirs. FACES Magazine, March 2019 issue, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF THE WORLD, The Huli People of Papua New Guinea: From Isolation to Theft of Their Natural Resources.
May 1, 2019
The Huli People of Papua New Guinea: From Isolation to Theft of Their Natural Resources
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