Monthly Archives: April 2014

Infiltration

Tuesday ‘While Earth Day is one day that serves to remind us of our responsibility to the Earth, here at Sea Shepherd, every day is Earth Day! We never stop in our mission to defend the oceans because all life … Continue reading

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Last Words

Tuesday • 2014-04-15–the current asks, ‘is fear a useful tool in communicating climate change issues?‘ there are big wins, but is the message getting out? as pointed out, there are other approaches, such as scientific or word-of-mouth, or, as king … Continue reading

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The Lens Has Fractured

Weekday The third question of The Inconvenient Indian‘s discussion guide asks ‘how has the [Christian] lens through which White North America looks altered since the 17th century? How has it remained the same?’ That lens has fractured, things are changing. … Continue reading

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The Inconvenient Indian

the canadian twenty. sure, plastic has replaced paper. but have you also noticed that the vimy war memorial/destruction myth has replaced bill reid‘s haida canoe/creation myth? a memorial to those killed not just by technology, but also by hubris, conquest … Continue reading

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The Big Picture

things always change. manipulating images on this blog got more time-consuming, so now i do it a little differently. you’ll get used to it. hopefully i will too. le sigh. the big picture rarely changes, but it might be right … Continue reading

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