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Approaching Wisdom

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Truth and reconciliation — as they learned in Guatemala and South Africa — is too important to be left to government, and too dangerous to be left to the innocent. As a process of making a society whole, it must be carefully designed and implemented. The dominant must learn to listen respectfully to the harmed. [&hellip... more →

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Selfish Brain Theory

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Alternative approaches to healing obesity and diabetes are gaining more and more interest and understanding in Europe. The principle of enacting self determination to regain control over one’s health is emphasized within the western medical system to achieve a better state of well being. Recently one of the biggest studies ever conducted in the USA, [&hellip... more →

Listening with Respect

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Canada endeavors to learn the truth about the experience and legacy of aboriginal residential schools. Remembering the Children tour, now in progress, is prelude to a Truth and Reconciliation Commission... more →

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Learning from History

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In the 1990s, when Indian tribes and environmentalists united in protecting the watersheds of Washington state, the Washington Association of Realtors (WAR) and the Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW) organized and funded vigilante groups throughout the state to corrupt elections, undermine responsible government, and threaten activists and public officials. Some construction union leaders aided [&hellip... more →

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Olympics Maul

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It was no surprise last year when the only four countries in the UN to oppose human rights for indigenous peoples were Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Now that Canada is trying to evict the Shuswap people from their territories in order to build Olympic tourism developments, Independent Media Center takes a [&hellip... more →

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