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Now It’s All of Us

What has just begun at the Inauguration of Donald Trump is the class war to end all class wars. Lately I’ve been thinking that this election is indeed a class war, … Continue reading

2017/01/20 · 5 Comments

BodhGaia: Dharmaecology and the Eco-Evolutionary Story

http://engagedbuddhism.net/bodhgaia-dharmaecology/ BodhGaia is the story of awakening to the dharma of evolution, ecology and cosmic spirituality. “Dharma” is not just the teachings of the Buddha and the writings of the … Continue reading

2017/01/15 · Leave a comment

Open Interfaith Letter on Standing Rock

https://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/greenfaith/donation.jsp?campaign=58 Click Here to Sign   To:  LORETTA LYNCH, ATTORNEY GENERAL, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE JACK DALRYMPLE, GOVERNOR OF NORTH DAKOTA KELCY WARREN, CEO AND BOARD CHAIR, ENERGY TRANSFER … Continue reading

2016/11/03 · Leave a comment

Millbrook First Nation Water Symposium

‘Mother Earth has been crying out and nobody has been listening’ By Elizabeth McMillan, CBC News Posted: Oct 11, 2016 11:00 AM AT Rosalie Labillois, 19, is taking part in the Mi’kmaki Water … Continue reading

2016/10/11 · Leave a comment

Towards Decolonization and Settler Responsibility

Reflections on a Decade of Indigenous Solidarity Organizing  By Liza Minno Bloom & Berkley Carnine, CounterPunch Editor: this article is an excellent primer on how to dismantle the ‘white settler mindset’ in order … Continue reading

2016/10/05 · 2 Comments

The growing indigenous spiritual movement that could save the planet

North Dakota is just the beginning. Jack Jenkins Senior Religion Reporter at ThinkProgress. Demonstrators in Canon Ball protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. CREDIT: Flickr/Joe Brusky When Pua Case landed in North Dakota to … Continue reading

2016/10/03 · Leave a comment

Atmosphere of Domination: Thoughts on the Baton Rouge police protests and rain

“On climate change and domination: Some thoughts on the Baton Rouge police protests and rain” Editor: This article by Alycee Lane is a profound analysis that uncovers the connections between … Continue reading

2016/09/28 · Leave a comment

Taking a Stand at Standing Rock

by David Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Originally published in the New York Times. Illustration by Kim Ryu  Near Cannon Ball, N.D. — It is a spectacular … Continue reading

2016/09/13 · Leave a comment

Payam Akhavan: B’Hai Human Rights Jurist on Empathy, Interdependence

Last night I listened to the CBC broadcast of Payam Akhavan’s speech on his work as a war crimes investigator for the UN, and as a jurist at the Int’l … Continue reading

2015/01/07 · Leave a comment

The 14-Year-Old Voice of the Climate Change Generation

December 5, 2014 by Jordan McCurdy This post first appeared at In These Times. ‘This problem is happening so humanity can come together, rebuild, reconnect, recreate and rebirth a new world.’ … Continue reading

2015/01/05 · Leave a comment

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