By Mark Friedman PROUT advocates a three-tiered economy, including a privately-owned small business sector, a sector of cooperatives where most production and commerce will take place, and a... Read more
By Mirra Price On December 1, 2016, The Sioux Nation sent a letter, signed by 13 tribal chairpersons, to President Obama demanding that he halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. In... Read more
Neohumanist Leadership in an Age of Donald Trump and Polarization With the election of Donald Trump to the position of President of the United States (POTUS), many people are understandably... Read more
by Jyoti Wind Our second Ireland Tour of the sacred sites began with 13 women boarding a 14-seater bus, luggage stowed in the back amidst extra wellies [Wellington boots] for the rain and mu... Read more
by Alanna Hartzok There is a reason that when women birth babies they are said to be “in labor.” Producing people is hard work and birth is just the beginning. Yet even in countries that giv... Read more
Recipe Corner: A regular column by Liina Laufer Broccoli Cheese Chowder This broccoli cheese chowder soup makes for a warming, cozy dinner as the days get shorter and colder. Delicious with... Read more
Standing Rock, North Dakota A Conversation with Theresa Small In late September I spoke to Theresa Small who had traveled to North Dakota to stand with her people against the continued build... Read more
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