Cognitive Liberty Recommended Reading Roszak offers a way forward out of the paralyzing crises of our times. He challenges us to return to our "inherent intimacy with nature" and "innate animistic sensibility." The Voice of the Earth: An Exploration of Ecopsychology by Roszak What is the bond between the human psyche and the living planet … Continue reading The Voice Of The Earth: Help Us Hear The voice
1 So, we are who we are, as the Mississippi flows, and what remains from yesterday is still ours-- but the color of the sky has changed, the sea to the East has changed. O white master, Lord of the horses, what do you want from those making their way to the night woods? Our … Continue reading Mahmoud Darwish: The Speech of the Red Indian
At the recent International Women’s Earth and Climate Initiative Summit, Jane Goodall and Vandana Shiva discuss their decades of work devoted to protecting nature and saving future generations from the dangers of climate change. A renowned primatologist, Goodall is best known for her groundbreaking work with chimpanzees and baboons. An environmental leader, feminist and thinker, … Continue reading Vadana Shiva & Jane Goodall On Serving The Earth & How Women Can Address Climate Crisis
Raising awareness and inspiring change by calling up laws of truth over fictional laws of corporations. The Law of the Universe The Law of the Land The Law of the People Living on the Land Indigenous Rights Dr. Shiva's inspirational presentation reminds us what is worth fighting for and what is at stake if we … Continue reading Militarization Of The Food Supply: Dr. Vandana Shiva
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Alice Walker's, Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Color Purple. She was recently at George Mason University reading from this great work. She agreed to share a poem when asked by Amy Goodman who was with Alice during the inauguration of President Obama in 2008. ALICE WALKER: Yes, I’d like … Continue reading "I Will Not Vote For Evil; I Want A Different System"
Written by Brenda Norrell The Pine Ridge Project is a collaborative effort between photographer Aaron Huey and artists Shepard Fairey and Ernesto Yerena, taking the stoy of the Lakota and other tribes fighting for treaty rights, straight to the public in the form of street posters and billboards. Lakotas arrested blocking tarsands trucks on Lakota … Continue reading Lakotas Defend Land From Tarsand Profitiers