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  Kalfam Productions 101 Morse St., Watertown, MA 02472
A Kalahari Family
A 6-hour, five-part video series by John Marshall that documents 50 years in the life & times of the Ju/'hoan Bushmen of southern Africa from 1951-2001.



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Series Credits

   Throughout the years many talented and committed individuals have contributed to the making of A Kalahari Family including the Ju/'hoansi, media professionals, academics, and development workers. The team has been led by John Marshall who has known the Ju/'hoan people intimately for half a century. His commitment to assist the Ju/'hoansi in their struggle for self-determination has always been motivated by the desire that his namesake, ≠Oma, and all Ju/'hoan people, should continue to survive independently on their own land with a voice in the shaping of their own destinies.
   A Kalahari Family presents images of the obstacles the Ju/'hoan people have overcome in the last fifty years and of the tremendous challenges they face in the present. The series aims to inform local, national and international efforts about how better to meet the needs of the Ju/'hoansi and all people classified as "Bushmen."

A Kalahari Family - documentaryPhoto of John at Toma Tsamkxao's memorialPhoto of John with Cheif RiruakoPhoto of John and Claire

photo of bushmen in the bush