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Opinion: Immigrants and Indigenous

As I may have indicated in my last entry, all of this stuff regarding immigration and my home country of Canada is news to me. Over the last few weeks I have been information gathering, allowing it to do it’s work of in-forming my personal opinion, and of course I always reserve the right to change my mind on something whenever I damn choose; where new information and/or experience gives me due cause. 2,025 more words

Nothing Changes but the Climate

The weather around here has been awful lately, with constant cold and rain and ice, but we’re hopeful that over the next 10 days the world leaders who have… 622 more words


Injun givers... French fashionistas and Coca-cola

Isabel Marant, a French designer, and the clothing line Antiquité Vatic claim they have intellectual rights to their new winter designs, which somehow bear a striking resemblance to those worn by the Mixe-speaking residents of Santa María Tlahuitoltepec, Oaxaca for … oh… forever.  386 more words

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Thanksgiving and the Marginalized

This year, the Transgender Day of Remembrance was on a Friday. Due to Anne’s illness, I didn’t participate in any public worship or ritual. But, I was scheduled preach on the Sunday before, November 15th. 580 more words


Evening Prayer 28.11.15, Kamehameha IV & Emma, King & Queen of Hawai'i

“Lord, let our eyes be opened.”

If I say, “Surely the darkness will cover me, and the light around me turn to night,” darkness is not dark to you, O Lord; the night is as bright as the day; darkness and light to you are both alike. 1,900 more words

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Morning Prayer 11.28.15, Kamehameha IV & Emma, King & Queen of Hawai'i

The end of all things is near; therefore be serious and discipline yourselves for the sake of your prayers.

The hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for such the Father seeks to worship him. 2,789 more words


¡Mira, Look!: The First Tortilla

¡Saludos, todos! This week I will be reviewing The First Tortilla, written by Rudolfo Anaya, illustrated by Amy Córdova, and translated into Spanish by Enrique R. 978 more words

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