Peace and Justice
When the Prisoners Ran Walpole
by Carol EstesSep 18, 2009
- Carol Estes reviews Jamie Bissonette's account of a true story in the movement for prison abolition
People We Love: Heng Monychenda
by Lynsi BurtonSep 18, 2009
- Peaceful approach in rural Cambodia
People We Love: Valerie Fast Horse
by Heather PurserSep 18, 2009
- Bringing technology to tribes
Native Recipe for Health
by Gabriel ThompsonSep 17, 2009
- The Tohono O’odham Nation tackles diabetes with a return to desert foods.
Weapons of Mass Democracy
by Stephen ZunesSep 16, 2009
- Here’s evidence that nonviolence is the most powerful tool to promote democracy and overthrow tyranny.
Youths Face the Holocaust
by Lynsi BurtonSep 09, 2009
- Facing History connects students to people who have witnessed injustice, like artist and Holocaust survivor Ava Kadishson Schieber.
Healing Power of Prison Poetry
by Eli HastingsSep 09, 2009
- Writers help teens in jail learn to express difficult truths by putting pencil to paper.
Climate Activists Dream a New Future
by Madeline OstranderSep 09, 2009
- The Pachamama Alliance encourages a re-examination of the values and assumptions that have led our society into social and environmental crises.
Episcopal Church Repudiates Doctrine of Discovery
by Gale Courey ToensingSep 01, 2009
- Tackling an injustice enshrined in international law for centuries.
Signs of Life :: Tribes Approve Same-Sex Marriage
by Heather PurserAug 28, 2009
- Same-sex marriage is not legal in Oregon, but an Oregon tribe has exercised its sovereignty to recognize same-sex marriages on its 10-square-mile reservation.
Signs of Life :: Amazon Tribes Win Against Big Oil
by Lisa Gale GarriguesAug 28, 2009
- In the Amazon rainforests of Peru and Ecuador, indigenous groups are on the front lines of the climate change battle.
Fierce Light :: Film Trailer
by Velcrow RipperAug 14, 2009
- Velcrow Ripper's latest documentary portrays examples of spiritual activism: political actions focusing on compassion and interconnection.
Cultural Renewal to Improve Health
Aug 14, 2009
- The Tohono O'odham Nation turns to native recipes and local foods to tackle diabetes.
Registering for Peace
by Tobin JacobrownAug 06, 2009
- To register as a conscientious objector, Toby Jacobrown had to sue the federal government.
Navajo Nation Council Votes For Green Jobs
Jul 31, 2009
- The first green jobs bill from America's First Nations promises much needed, culturally appropriate jobs.