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Sacramental Mission

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The coastal temperate rain forest of North America, extending from Cook Inlet (Alaska) to Big Sur (California), is a magnificent incubator of Pacific salmon and steelhead trout. Historically, the Sacramento River was second only to the Columbia River in salmon production for this region. In modern times, both these and many other rivers in this [&hellip... more →

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The Plight of Guam

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Indigenous Chamoru activist Julian Aguon discusses the plight of his homeland as a US colony. The people of Guam, who are non-voting US citizens, are preparing for the impact of a major military buildup on their island already contaminated from 67 nuclear detonations by the United States in the Marshall Islands. Guam is one of [&hellip... more →

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Culture of Hate

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In The Extreme Right and Its Media in Italy, Cinzia Padovani looks at the communication strategies of Italy’s fascist movement in promoting violent xenophobia among Italian youth. As hatred and political crimes have intensified in recent years, attacks perpetrated by fascist youth groups against immigrants, Roma and homosexuals point to a need to understand and [&hellip... more →

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Every Gallon Kills

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Militarized US energy policy begun under FDR is now acknowledged as a failure. With invasions now conducted by the Pentagon, proxy militaries and mercenaries in Africa, Asia and South America, the flow of oil is now decreasing as a result of this policy. Terrorism aside, energy security is higher and the cost lower where the [&hellip... more →

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Untold Devastation

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Four Indian nations are currently involved with the U.S. Department of Energy in the largest environmental cleanup program in the world. The Indian Nations Program on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Southeast Washington state is attempting to forestall untold devastation to the Columbia River and the Washington/Oregon coasts. But this most toxic site on earth [&hellip... more →

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