“The Ethno Project”

One may never ask the grounding root quenched question, how has the environment played a significant role in shaping the modern reality we see today? Ethnobotany is the traditional knowledge, and custom of people; concerning plants and their medical, religious, and etc. uses

“The Ethno Project” introduces the effect environment plays on creating the ancient and modern culture we had then and today. Using idea creation in the act of, film making; the Ethnobotany project will explore a specific theme each film; geographically and culturally. While showcasing members of the Bridgeport community to tell the story. By inviting community members, and praising current and lost culture history, we are practicing environmental justice and culture preservation. “The Ethno Projects” mission statement is to incorporate food justice, culture preservation, and the deconstruction of American notions about white supremacy conformity.

 

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