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Evening Prayer 21.5.15, John Eliot, Missionary to the Algonquin, 1690

Wanting to justify himself, the lawyer asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”

Thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. 1,869 more words

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Morning Prayer 21.5.15, John Eliot, Missionary among the Algonquin, 1690

O house of Israel, are my ways unfair? Is it not your ways that are unfair?

On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it. 2,742 more words

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Wampum belts

“Wampum belts” and “wampum strings”… what do these expressions refer to in the colonial archives of the Library and Archives Canada collection?

Wampum—a word originating among the Algonquian peoples in the southern parts of New England—refers to tubular white and purple beads made from certain seashells found only on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. 414 more words

Aboriginal Resources

Urban Outfitters pulled turkey feather smudge kit from its stores

First let me tell you the good news.

Urban Outfitters has removed its $39. 99 (on sale from $52. 00 US) Local Branch Smudge Kit. 604 more words

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Morning Prayer 16.4.15, Molly Brant, Witness to the Faith among the Mohawks, 1796

Children, it is the last hour!

On this day the Lord has acted; we will rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24

INVITATORY AND PSALTER… 3,116 more words

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The Seaport Farmers' Market and Halifax's Race Problem

Last week, the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market announced that several “prepared food vendors” would be moved from the market’s busy main level up to its mezzanine level.  1,157 more words

The Aboriginal Peoples' Call for Global Action: #SOSBLAKAUSTRALIA

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of Australia have subsidised the lifestyle choices of white Australia since the colonisers arrived and stole their land, stole their resources, stole their children, forced communities into slavery, and denied their human, economic and cultural rights at every step.  862 more words

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