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Category: Artby - Jay Taber

Fears of Pagan Socialism

February 02, 2017

In Bron Taylor’s 20 April 2011 Religion Dispatches essay Debate Over Mother Earth’s Rights Stirs Fears of Pagan Socialism, he notes that, “Religious and political conservatives have long feared the…

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Made in Israel

February 02, 2017

As Gabriel Schivone reports, Israel’s role in Guatemala’s colossal massacres of Mayan Indians in the 1980s was as an intermediary for the United States. Indigenous refugees from atrocities in Central…

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Informed Discussion

January 01, 2017

With the announcement that the fourth annual Paul de Armond Citizen Journalism Award will be presented to Stephanie Kountouros at Cascadia News Now, a weekly public affairs radio show airing…

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The Chicago School

December 12, 2016

In Let Us Now Praise Wealthy Men?: Structural Poverty, Religiously (Re)Considered, Peter Laarman interviews Joerg Rieger, a leading theological thinker in relation to economic justice. As Rieger notes, wealth is…

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EPA RIP

December 12, 2016

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is scheduled for burial on January 20. Protesting pollution from toxic and carcinogenic chemicals will have no effect on the incoming administration, other than securing…

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The Beautiful People

December 12, 2016

Like his accomplice Naomi Klein, Tom Goldtooth was once a principled and articulate spokesman in opposition to Wall Street, until he was seduced by the dark money flowing from the…

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The Goldman Rule

December 12, 2016

In case there was any doubt, power in the modern world is contingent upon control of oil. It was that way when Nazi Germany invaded North Africa, and when the…

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A Clear Agenda

December 12, 2016

As Cory Morningstar and Forrest Palmer report, the corporations that fund the non-profit industrial complex through tax-exempt foundations have a clear agenda, even though that agenda is obscured by the…

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Dripping Lightning

December 12, 2016

In Finnmark–located above the Arctic Circle in northern Norway on the Barents Sea–reindeer-herding is the core of Sami identity and culture. Challenges to the continuity of this 3,000-year-old culture include…

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Niger River Chevron Sabotage

June 06, 2016

Explosive attacks and sabotage against Chevron have cut oil production in the Niger River Delta–one of the 10 most polluted places on earth–by 40%.

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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