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Creative Funding

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The art of financing is a highly complex product of human creativity. Undoubtedly those of us who are masters of this art can be extremely influential. Especially so in the area of so called “development” aid. Unfortunately, where art and politics meet the potential “beauty” of possible positive results to behold in that area remains [&hellip... more →

Leap of Faith

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“At the heart of evolutionary anthropology lay the assumption that the human mind was guided by universal, not culturally specific, impulses…This assumption had two important methodological implications. First, it allowed ethnologists to reason by analogy, and to do so with the same certainty with which they reasoned deductively from observation. Because they believed that all [&hellip... more →

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Eliminating Racial Discrimination

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International Indian Treaty Council has sent a report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination documenting constitutional and institutional discrimination against indigenous peoples in the United States. Read the Consolidated Indigenous Shadow Report... more →

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Do No Harm

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The Aboriginal Women’s Action Network has come out in opposition to the legalization of brothels in British Columbia to service sex tourism at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. More information about the industry itself can be found at Prostitution Research and Education... more →

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Impeding Impunity

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Issues facing Ogoni people in Nigeria’s Niger Delta, a documentary by Al Jazeera: Al Jazeera – People in Power: Democracy Delta-Style (Part 1) Al Jazeera – People in Power: Democracy Delta-Style (Part 2) Al Jazeera – People in Power: Democracy Delta-Style (Part 3) Al Jazeera – People in Power: Democracy Delta-Style (Part 4)... more →

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