Tag Archives: water protectors

Two-eyed Seeing

Two-eyed seeing “recognizes the benefits of seeing from one eye with the strengths of Indigenous ways of knowing, from the other eye the strengths of the Western ways of knowing, and using both of these eyes together to create new … Continue reading

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Kinder Morgan pipeline spill

Kanahus Manuel provides this video related to the Kinder Morgan pipeline spill at the Deerfield Station north of Kamloops, British Columbia on May 27, 2018. She asks to be admitted to the site to monitor the spill, and blocks a … Continue reading

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Indigenous Resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline: Criminalization of dissent and suppression of protest

The link below is to the report to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, prepared by faculty and students of the International Human Rights Advocacy Workshop at the University of Arizona Rogers College … Continue reading

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Heed the Spirit

The people of the world and Mother Earth herself are oppressed and losing hope for a return to a right relationship among people, and with nature. Those who know how to listen to the Spirit, know the Spirit will show … Continue reading

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Environmental Queries

I have written before about the Quaker practice of considering a set of questions or queries as a group, to explore various subjects related to how we are living our lives.  There are twelve sets of queries, so the usual … Continue reading

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Nahko speaks to water protector youth after the dog attacks

The previous blog post was about Nahko talking to the water protector youth during his concert at Standing Rock last September 8, 2016.  Following are further remarks, as he talks to the youth between songs.  To put this in context, … Continue reading

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