I RECOGNIZE the founding fathers and mothers of Turtle Island, the role many indigenous nations had in the USA Independence with their council, and the role they had in many good policies, such as public education, preservation of ecosystems, and women’s and queer rights. I HONOUR their sacrifice to ensure a free life for the … Continue reading
By Bill Kingsbury Minneapolis, Minnesota MARCH 2013 THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER is huge. Its pollution problems can seem too overwhelming to try to fix, but a group of Native American women have an idea they hope will inspire citizens and policy makers to take action to improve the health of the river. On March 1, Sharon … Continue reading
Poetry for everyone.
Illustrated Short Stories
Arts Vehicles for Peace and Justice and for a Change
Of Stories and Riddles
Ever wondered what life's like in a remote tribal community? What tribal people have to say about the world? Tribal Voice, a project by Survival International, brings the thoughts and experiences of some of the most diverse societies on earth direct to your screen in real time. We're kicking off the project with tribes in Brazil. The Guarani, whose land has been stolen and destroyed by plantations and ranches, are now sending regular updates about their lives, and their struggle to survive. It's time to listen.
Home of the Compañero Manuel blog on zapatistas & mexico
Fearless Philosophizing, Embodied Resistance (by Erica Violet Lee)
Conversations with the Heartmind
Indigenous Issues and Resistance
Birthing babies, social movements, and new world paradigms!
Interesting, thoughtful, stuff
Family Law and Child Welfare Reform.
A Native-led Media Organization
Wake Up to the Smell of Class Struggle ☭
EcoPeace Middle East is a unique organization that brings together Jordanian, Palestinian, and Israeli environmentalists. Our primary objective is the promotion of cooperative efforts to protect our shared environmental heritage
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Media from the Frontlines of Ecological Resistance.
Decolonization in Theory & Practice