Cultural Survival-Publication for Use In Studies of Indigenous Cultures
My name is Dave Favreau, Marketing Director with Cultural Survival. Since 1972, Cultural Survival has been a global leader in the fight to protect indigenous lands, languages, and cultures around the world. Through its programs, events, and publication Cultural Survival works in partnership with indigenous peoples, advocating for native communities whose rights, cultures, and dignity are under threat.
The CSQ brings readers inside indigenous cultures around the world, sharing their ways of life, their spirituality, their celebrations, and their challenges, all with stunning photography and intimate insights from native writers and experts. There is no other publication like it, and few that can boast its quality of content, as multiple awards show.
It's the kind of publication that we think would be especially useful to your students, and because students have grown to be our most reliable supporters, we would like to offer you and your students the Cultural Survival Quarterly at the very special rate of only $7 per person, saving over 84% of our normal individual rate of $45. The magazine would provide a valuable supplement to your regular texts and would offer practical context for abstract ideas. We are happy to work with you to arrange bulk purchases of subscriptions if you want to offer to your students as a benefit or if you want to make it a required text for your courses. Or you can simply offer the special subscription rate to your students on a voluntary basis. No matter how you design the program, your students will benefit enormously, as will the indigenous peoples they read about.
Please contact me for more details, bulk purchases (for courses), or just send your students to order here www.cs.org/student.
You can also use the link to view a sample copy of the magazine.
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