Monthly Archives: July 2015

Apache Stronghold Stops in New York City Before Making Its Way to DC by Levi Rickert / Currents / 21 Jul 2015   NEW YORK—The Apache Stronghold is taking its message to the steps of the U.S. Capitol today and … Continue reading

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Home . . .

The foundational metaphor of spatiality in Indian culture also begins to clarify the extent to which Indian notions of creation and Indian existence are deeply rooted in our attachment to the land and to specific territories in particular. Each nation … Continue reading

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A blessing . . .

American Indians and other indigenous peoples have a long-standing confidence that they have much to teach Europeans and North Americans about the world and human relationships in the world.  They are confident in the spiritual foundations of their insights, confident … Continue reading

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All Life Matters

In the first post in this series – two days ago – I stated that I prefer to say “All life matters” rather than “All lives matter” or “Black lives matter” because I find my choice to be more inclusive. … Continue reading

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There are some things that must be said . . .

On May 6, 2015 I posted a notice that I would no longer be posting on this site – that was then and this is now. Recently I have seen posts stating that “Black Lives Matter” – I completely agree … Continue reading

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