Embera

Embera Indians

La comunidad de Bau Pono en Ipetí I recently had the opportunity to stay with the Emberá (eM′- b La comunidad de Bau Pono en Ipetí I recently had the opportunity to stay with the Emberá (eM′- bar- rah) Indians in the community of Bau Pono (which in the Embera language translated to Spanish means "New Village") in Ipetí, Kuna de Madungandí province of Panama. The village called BAU-PONO Embera language in Spanish means "New Village". Ipetí is a town in the Kuna de Madungandí province of Panama. Length: 00:02:48

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Embera Indian Village

www.Panamamagazine.net brings you a short look at an Embera Indian village in Panama, Central Americ www.Panamamagazine.net brings you a short look at an Embera Indian village in Panama, Central America Length: 00:04:12

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Embera Indigenous people of Choco (Secrets of Choco Clip)

A clip from the 1995 documentary Secrets of Choco on the Embera Indigenous People in the village of A clip from the 1995 documentary Secrets of Choco on the Embera Indigenous People in the village of Boroboro of Choco, Colombia. Purchase Full Length Movie Here! Length: 00:05:11

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OYOW - EMBERA PEOPLES of PANAMA (by Maggie Padlewska)

Survival in the Survival in the "Modern" World: The Compromise Panama -- EMBERA One Year One World -- Pilot Project By Maggie Padlewska In this age of globalization, as everything becomes increasingly interconnected, one can't help but wonder what impact this is having on ancient traditions, customs, beliefs, and wisdom. Thanks to the generous support of donors and OYOW supporters, I was able travel to Panama to shoot and produce the very first OYOW video seeking to raise awareness about the circumstances and issues facing a community living in the thick of the panamanian rainforest. I chose to meet with the Embera Peoples. First, because they are one of the few remaining pre-Columbian tribes of Central America, second, because in 1994, a part of their land was declared a National Park (with that, the implementation of rules to preserve the region's natural environment and wildlife), and third, because I was concerned about the communities' wellbeing under this new set of regulations. No longer able to hunt freely to sustain their livelihoods, the Embera communities turned to cultural tourism as a way to earn money (thus buy food) for their communities. Were the Embera peoples forced to embrace tourism as a means of survival after being prohibited from hunting? What implications has this had on the tribe's traditional lifestyle and cultural survival? Is the tribe being exploited? These are some of the questions that I asked the Embera Drua and Embera Quera, two indigenous communities ... Length: 00:05:27

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Hummingbird dance of the Embera tribe

Viewer discretion is advised. Contains partial nudity, National Geographic style. I blurred out what Viewer discretion is advised. Contains partial nudity, National Geographic style. I blurred out what I could the only way I could figure out -- thus certain sections of video being discolored. This is the "Hummingbird Dance" performed for us by the Embera tribe who live in the Chagres National Park of Panama. According to one of their tribesmen, up until sometime within the past 10 years, they were scattered across Panama in small groups. They preferred to live and hunt alone. But their numbers were dwindling, so the panamanian government offered them protection by living in the National Park. But they are not allowed to hunt, grow crops or raise animals. They can gather specific plant life in the park, and fish in the Chagras River. So, in order to support themselves, they offer boat tours of the river, which includes swimming in a water fall, touring the Indigenous People's village, and purchasing hand-made mementos. Part of our Panamanian trip we stayed with the good folks from www.pattyscasitas.com, who also provide tour services through http ... If you're ever in Panama, I highly recommend their services. See the "Butterfly Dance" here: www.youtube.com Length: 00:01:13

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Embera Children Playing in Chagres River

The Embera people are one of seven indigenous panamanian tribes. These children are of the Embera' P The Embera people are one of seven indigenous panamanian tribes. These children are of the Embera' Puru village. I started videotaping a kid who had just finished spearing fish and was climbing back up to the village on this steep, rocky cliff (in bare feet of course!) As he neared the top three younger children appeared and began descending the cliff with ease. The noise the smaller of the two boys makes before he dives in is my favorite part. This amazing opportunity was made possible by www.emberavillagetours.com Length: 00:03:20

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Embera Puru

The women of Embera Puru participate in the Flower Dance. The women of Embera Puru participate in the Flower Dance. Length: 00:01:09

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Embera Indian Village Tour

Tour arranged by Princess Cruises to visit an Embera Indian village while in Panama. Tour arranged by Princess Cruises to visit an Embera Indian village while in Panama. Length: 00:02:10

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SOMOS EMBERA

El pueblo Emberá, que habita zonas de Colombia, Panamá y Ecuador, se reconocieron en 2010 como Nac El pueblo Emberá, que habita zonas de Colombia, Panamá y Ecuador, se reconocieron en 2010 como Nación. Pronto tendrán un Parlamento que les represente como Nación. Con la iniciativa de Gerardo Jumí, líder emberá, fotografías de diversos profesionales que han compartido su obra y su mirada en Creative Commonds, textos de Vera Carvajal. Diciembre de 2010. Length: 00:02:23

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