Insights By Jeffrey Warner2016-12-14T20:44:01+07:00

August 2020

July 2020

To Stride with Pride: A Human Rights Movement in Thailand (Chiang Mai Pride Parade)

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I am pleased about releasing my new documentary, “To Stride with Pride: A Human Rights Movement in Thailand." This video ­­informs about brave people who are diligently striving toward attaining civic equity [...]

May 2019

Sacred Sound of Indigenous Deep-Meanings: The Traditional Lahu Flute

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Development, Modernity, and Dissolving ‘Traditional’ Culture As a context for illustrating how perhaps all of humanity is being detrimentally impacted by capitalism related phenomena, “Sacred Sound of Indigenous-Deep Meanings: The Traditional Ethnic [...]

October 2018

July 2018

November 2017

August 2016

July 2016

March 2015

“Finding Creative Solutions to Urban Challenges” Conference Speech

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Indigenous Voices: Glimpses into the Margins of Modern Development (by Jeffrey Warner): presentation introduction for the "Partnership for Change - Finding Creative Solutions to Urban Challenges" conference; Chulalongkorn University; Bangkok, Thailand; March 2-3, 2015 “Thank [...]

February 2015

November 2014

May 2014

OFF (again) TO THE “VILLAGE OF THE LITTLE WELL,” for research…

Northern Thailand, Uncategorized|

Tomorrow morning, I am off for three days of intense research in an ethnic Karen village called "Ban nam bor noi"(village of the little well).

 My close friend and colleague Tanya and I will be [...]

April 2014

Zimmy’s Restaurant Closes: preserve community…support its icons

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Even living across the world from Hibbing, Minnesota, my hometown, it's saddening to learn that Zimmy's (Bob Dylan themed) Restaurant has closed! And, for what? Every time I consider coming back "home" to the Range [...]

Dignity Amidst the Rubbish On It’s Way to Burma!

Mae Sot Rubbish Dump, The Dignity Amidst The Rubbish Project|

Today, Ashin Sopaka received his print copy of Dignity Amidst the Rubbish. This has been on my mind and soul for four years. I told him that "I wasn't ever going to stop" until [...]

“Dignity” (comes) to the Mae Sot dump community…

Mae Sot Rubbish Dump, The Dignity Amidst The Rubbish Project|

On April 6, 2014 (at sunset), Ashin Sopaka and I returned to the community living on the Mae Sot Rubbish dump, after the four years it's taken to produce Dignity Amidst the Rubbish: Hour by [...]

February 2014

How come those Chinese tourists are taking pictures (while standing in the middle of the road)?

Chiang Mai|

Chiang Mai has changed a great deal in recent years. It’s “developing.” You may know what’s happening here. Condominium complexes and shopping malls are sprouting like wild grass. Who is going to live in all [...]

March 2013

Indigenous Voices: Glimpses into the Fringes of Modern Development

Chiang Mai|

*The following is a cross-section preview sample of the entire Indigenous Voices culture preservation project and photo book essay, which includes 300 photographs along with interview(s) material.* PART ONE EXPOSURE: Naïve, my life was going to [...]

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