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  • Learning to be More

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    In Motion Magazine interviews Raymundo Sanchez Barraza about the indigenous intercultural system of informal education in Chiapas, Mexico. In A University Without Shoes, Barraza explains that saying no to established power — which is in terminal crisis — requires both understanding the historic world system, as well as developing a world vision based on “learning… more

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  • Time to Help

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    Ending Colonialism Latin American leaders support Morales at the UN, where Bolivia’s president has taken the lead in ending colonialism against indigenous peoples of the world. You can help. We did. more

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  • Prophets of Doom

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    America didn’t suddenly become a nuthouse, that took some effort. While it’s always been home to religious fanatics and prophets of doom, it’s only by the mainstreaming of these damaged people that it seems like our society has come unhinged. Not to downplay the public harm and threat to democracy that unleashing this violent milieu… more

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  • Radically Democratic

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    In United Yet Autonomous, Victor W. Pickard examines Indymedia global news network in terms of its sustainability as a radically democratic organization. Created in 1999 to provide noncorporate accounts of grassroots political events, the IMC communicative structures represent what Pickard notes is a “radical democratic discourse manifesting in democratic communication processes [that] serves as the… more

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  • Indigenous Solidarity

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    Indigenous nations and associations of South and Central America express solidarity with Bolivia’s president Evo Morales, threatening widespread action against the U.S. empire if the United States government doesn’t cease its efforts to overthrow the governments of Bolivia and Venezuela. more

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