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How to Save the Planet According to the World’s Greatest Minds By Christopher Chase on Saturday April 1st, 2017

. How to Save the Planet According to the World’s Greatest Minds By Christopher Chase on Saturday April 1st, 2017 Discovering More Humane Ways of Being We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive. ~ Albert Einstein If you turn on the news, the human species seems to be […]

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THE BLUE STAR KACHINA: Nature’s Rights, Part 2 Will Taegel.

A NASA photo of Comet 45P taken on February 12, 2017 I first heard of the Blue Star Kachina, Spirit Helper, in 1958 in a college discussion. Five years before Frank Waters published The Book of Hopi, White Feather, a Hopi Elder, had bestowed these ancient prophecies to a young minister who gave him a […]

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My Thank You Note to President Trump Michael K. Marsh

My Thank You Note to President Trump Michael K. Marsh / 3 days ago Mr. President, I did not vote for you and I never thought I would be saying this but I owe you a debt of gratitude. Less than a week into your presidency you have already done for me something I do […]

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Inauguration – Signs – and – Symbols Michael Meade

Inauguration Sign Symbols http://mosaicvoices.org/inauguration-signs-and-symbols.html An essay by Michael Meade . Originally, the word inauguration meant: “to install and consecrate under good omens.” The time for an investiture would only be set after an augury or reading of the flight of birds revealed good omens for the occasion. In the modern world important dates tend to […]

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Chose love over hate because hate was too big a burden to bear

Glenn Aparicio Parry Trump has tried to dehumanize large blocs of people: Mexicans, Muslims, African-Americans, immigrants, refugees, women, and he has attacked various individuals that seemed beyond reproach, beginning with John McCain for not being a war hero and most recently attacking a civil rights icon, John Lewis. This, ironically, is why it is all […]

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Michael Meade’s Acts of Truth

Dear Friends of Mosaic, Since the recent election I have encountered many people, young and old, who feel deeply disheartened by all the resentment, hatred and division that have been stirred up. Many also feel discouraged by all the false promises, “fake news” and betrayals of the public trust. Amidst the distribution of outright lies, […]

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What does it take to be a GREAT Nation? Bill Chisholm

What does it take to be a GREAT Nation? by Bill Chisholm In the 2016 race to be President of the United States of America, both the Democrat candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Republican candidate (The) Donald Trump campaigned on the notion of American greatness. Hillary said America was already great and The Donald […]

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The Beginning is Near: The Deep North, Evictions and Pipeline Deadlines–Winona LaDuke

By Winona LaDuke Special to News From Indian Country and Everybody Else Standing Rock is an unpredicted history lesson for all of us. More than any moment I recall since Wounded Knee, the Vietnam War, or the time of Martin Luther King, this moment stands as a crossroads in the battle for social justice. It […]

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Four Ways to Look at Standing Rock–Indigenous lens

Kayla DeVault posted Nov 22, 2016 Kayla DeVault wrote this article for YES! Magazine. Kayla is an Anishinaabe and enrolled Shawnee, living on the Navajo reservation. She currently works for the Navajo Nation Division of Transportation as a project civil engineer while studying Diné studies at Diné College. She is a youth ambassador for Generation […]

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Leadership, Political Power and the People Bill Chisholm

an activist’s perspective by Bill Chisholm “Follow the leader.” was one of our childhood games. We took turns and did whatever the leader did. There was never any question about where the leader came from or if they could be trusted. Everyone got a turn at being leader. It is amazing that given the impact […]

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