Cultural Survival was founded by Harvard University anthropologist David Maybury-Lewis and his wife Pia to assist Indigenous Peoples in their struggles. This group started in the 1970s to address the threat to indigenous lands and culture with the ‘opening of the Amazon’. There are a number of reports and they publish a quarterly magazine and a number of reports and publications. The current issue has an interesting article about the first indigenous curator of the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York.
Link to ISSUU articles: http://issuu.com/culturalsurvival/docs/csq_392/15?e=2625258/13182702