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It's the same thing, no matter what you call it

Genocide has certainly become a controversial word. The Armenian genocide began one hundred years ago, but the Turks deny that what happened in 1915 qualifies as genocide. 362 more words

Democratic Government

One for All, All for One

We are in each others’ lives for very good reasons; there are no accidents for Spirit interweaves the Whole with a natural delicacy that is exacting, being formed by laws of physics as Laws of Life. 237 more words

BE2: Sunday Life Paths Process Topics

National Relief Charities (NRC) - helping Native American people improve the quality of life.

In Honor of the 32nd Annual Gathering of Nations, (April 25 – 27) I’d be amiss if I didn’t include something about the various Native American nations that started a way of life for me in fighting for indigenous people, not just here in the United States, but around the world. 100 more words

Activism

On Native land

Hi. My name is Rachel, and I’m white. Very white. I sunburn easily, I dance pathetically, and spicy foods are the death of me.

So when I say I’ve spent the last six months living on an Indian reservation, I fully expect you to raise a skeptical eyebrow at me. 2,259 more words

Religious Tourist to Wyoming in 1840

One of the earliest published mentions of the Yellowstone region appeared in the writings of the Jesuit priest Pierre-Jean De Smet. History remembers De Smet as the missionary who brought Catholicism west to the Rocky Mountain regions of what is now Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. 366 more words

History Of National Parks

Old Ephraim

Tucked away in the fertile Cache Valley of northern Utah, and less than an hour away from The Bear Lake Rendezvous, lies the agricultural college community of Logan. 924 more words

Bear Lake Rendezvous