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Category: Artby - Jay Taber

Seeds of Culture

May 05, 2016

Swinomish/Tulalip photographer Matika Wilbur’s exhibition at Radcliffe of Indigenous Peoples of North America depicts images of the dignity, courage and endurance of Native women.

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Impunity International

May 05, 2016

In 2015-2016 Amnesty International supported–and continues to support—US and NATO military aggression in countries like Libya and Syria, which is bolstered by the public relations campaigns of Avaaz and Purpose–Wall…

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Freedom for West Papua

May 05, 2016

International Parliamentarians for West Papua call on UN to send peacekeeping forces as prelude to a vote on independence from Indonesia, which invaded the country in the 1960s, and has…

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Native Trauma

May 05, 2016

Peter D’Errico reports that Native suicides reflect an infection of the soul by the disease of silent despair, an unresolved grief from the civilizing of Indians by Europeans. The ongoing…

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The Twilight Zone

May 05, 2016

Zionists impersonating Palestinians. Where is Rod Serling?

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Travels with Kenny

May 05, 2016

Eye-to-Eye with a Lummi spiritual leader.

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Things Are Never What They Seem

April 04, 2016

The Collaborators The Wise Use movement has taken over the United Nations.

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How Indigenous Children Learn

April 04, 2016

The independent model of self is best seen in the U.S. mainstream, where context is driven by a set of cultural norms, values and beliefs that center the individual as…

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Renewable Energy Unsustainable

April 04, 2016

Energy demand is much more than electricity. Electricity is only 18% of energy demand worldwide. 82% of energy demand is for manufacturing, transportation, housing and food production–using fossil fuels. Solar…

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Grinding Grist

April 04, 2016

In case you were wondering why Grist magazine, based in Seattle, is pro-GMO and pro-Nukes (as is Bill Gates), following the money is probably a good place to start. Funders…

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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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