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P.S. Kay Rosen, “I Owe You”

During our conversation for The Rail about her current exhibition, Kay and I swerved onto the topic of art as activism.

Kay has used her artwork as a platform for advocacy for decades.  269 more words

Inspirations

Flint and Feather, Scissors Paper Stone!

I have been looking to expand the range of moves in the Lunge, Cut and Thrust duelling game created by Gerard De Gre (published in Donald Featherstone’s Solo Wargaming).  931 more words

Toy Soldiers

Standing Rock

photo credit: Kurt Gowan

Gerardo and I got to go to standing rock with a few friends back in November of 2016. It was eye opening to be there. 720 more words

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Michigan Lawmaker's Bill Would Ban Use Of Redskins Mascot

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – A Michigan lawmaker has introduced legislation that would ban the use of the Redskins mascot for public schools in the state. 126 more words

News

Food webs entangle humans, animals, crops and the environment

Original article:

News.psu.edu

A’ndrea Elyse Messer
April 10, 2017

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Reconstructed food webs from the Ancestral Puebloan southwestern United States show the complexity and interconnectedness of humans, other animals, crops and the environment, in an area of uncertain climate and resources, according to researchers, who think climate change and human decisions then, may shed light on future human choices. 1,002 more words

Archaeology

When First Nations Was Screwed, All Americans Were Screwed

“The Government Could
Just Shoot My Target,
But They’ve so marginalized
me, Native Americans and our lands
That I’m totally invisible to them.”

Find how all Americans were trashed at Standing Rock @ 191 more words