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I will speak this Sunday on Standing Rock and Tibetan water protectors in Boulder

George Newell of the Veterans for Peace has invited me to speak at their meeting in Boulder this Sunday at 7 at  First United Methodist at 1421 Spruce St. 97 more words

The long road to peace in Guatemala

At the beginning of a new year, Laura Ouseley in our communications team has been looking into the situation in Guatemala and hoping for a brighter and more peaceful future for Guatemala’s indigenous peoples. 918 more words


Grandfather Cypress


The spirits of my ancestors
splash across the walking stones
of many rivers and whisper to me
of painted horses that run free… 207 more words

Weekly Poems

Oaxaca/National: NGOs Document Arbitrary Detentions of Defenders - Relatives Demand their Release

Pedro Canche Herrera, Nestora Salgado and Enrique Guerrero Aviña (Photo@: Consorciooaxaca)

On December 14, 2016, the report Arbitrary and Illegal Detentions – Criminalization: a State Policy to Inhibit the Defense of Human Rights in Mexico… 499 more words

Human Rights

My Year of Native American Studies

I have always been fascinated with native american culture. As a kid, I would choose to be an indian in the neighborhood cowboy/indian wars. At night I read books on sign language, tepees and totem poles. 421 more words

My Narcissisms

What is Barbarism?

Barbarous: (adj) foreign (from a given imperial point of view) or savage

Heathen: (n) dweller on the heath, one inhabiting uncultivated land, or ( 184 more words