Somewhere on our planet there is still a hidden place that has remained isolated from the rest of the world until today. The last paradise still intact where the first humans still live at the beginning of Humanity. They are called the Jarawas. They are the last of the early humans. They live in peace and joy in a paradise island for thousands of years. But today, they are in great danger. They are only 400 people left...
THE EARLY HUMANS, THE BLACK INDIGENOUS JARAWA PEOPLE KNOW HOW TO LIVE IN PEACE AND JOY. WE NEED TO LEARN FROM THEM
WHO ARE THE JARAWAS?
The Jarawa are the most ancient people in the world, the last descendants of the early humans. They left Africa to Asia 70,000 years ago and they still live today on the Andaman Islands in India. There are no more than 480 left of them. They used to live free and happy in the garden of Eden. Their lifestyle is based on solidarity, trust and love.
Time is running out! The Jarawas will soon be wiped out. They are victims of a human zoo, a photo safari organized by the Indian army on the Andaman Islands. Twice a day, under threat of armed guards, they are forced to stand on a road to be photographed by tourists, like animals in a zoo!
We have created the JARAWAS Foundation and we have launched a petition online to end this abomination. We have gathered 280,000 signature so far.
Your support is most welcomed. What you need to do to help is to rent and watch our beautiful documentary narrated by Donald Sutherland. The renting fee will go to the JARAWAS foundation.