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Standing Rock: A Change of Heart, Part 1

by  Charles Eisenstein* I am told by Native American friends active at Standing Rock that the elders are counseling the Water Protectors to undertake each action prayerfully and to stay off the warpath. I would like to explain why this … Continue reading

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THE STANDING ROCK PROTEST: Part 1

By Anthony J. Marsella I have two major purposes in writing this commentary: To call attention to the national media’s intentional lack of coverage to the Standing Rock protests. This lack of coverage is an egregious affront and insult to … Continue reading

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