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Restoring Sovereignty and the Path Forward

(also posted at Strixian Woods)

The world we have inherited is one where the Sovereignty of the Land has been broken.  It’s not a single person’s fault.  2,012 more words

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Murders of Earth's Defenders: The Deadly Trend Continues

“How many more people will die before the world takes notice?”

That’s a question posed by the organization Global Witness, whose new report, How Many More? 575 more words

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Exercising Human Rights?

Last month Dr. Robin Redhead launched her new book: Exercising Human Rights: Gender, Agency and Practice at the Politics and Applied Global Ethics seminar series… 220 more words

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Ferreira, Mariana, and Dominique Devine. "Theater of the Oppressed as a Rhizome Acting for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Today." Latin American Perspectives 39, no. 2 (2012): 11-26. Accessed April 19, 2015.

The article written by Marian Ferreirra and Dominique Devine seeks to sheds light to the origins and power of the pedagogical theoretic frame of Augusto Boal’s the Theatre of the oppressed. 417 more words

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Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier

Nominated for: his indigenous rights activism in support of self-sufficiency, spiritual and traditional culture, and youth. He has been in jail since 1975 and is recognized by the international community as a political prisoner wrongfully convicted of murder. 22 more words

Criminal Justice Reform