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Sacred Space

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I have often marveled at writers who could create beautiful stories from adversity–powerful works of art exhibiting the dignity of creativity under duress. I have also often wondered if guardians of this sacred space, those who protect it from wrathful oblivion, can ever fully enter it without the sense of an outsider observing from a [&hellip... more →

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Talk’s Cheap

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Robert Tim Coulter of the Indian Law Resource Center notes that an apology from Congress to American Indians for past discrimination rings hollow absent a willingness by Congress to cease committing discriminatory practices in the present... more →

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Re-founding Nation-states

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There are other indigenous movements that do not demand autonomies but the re-founding of nation-states based on indigenous cultures. This is the tendency most apparent in the various movements in the Andean region of the continent, especially among the Aymara in Bolivia. With the decision to build autonomies, indigenous peoples seek to disperse power in [&hellip... more →

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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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