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Resurrecting Ancient Wisdom and Worldview by Randy S. Woodley

There are stark differences between the worldviews of Indigenous peoples and those whose worldviews developed with the influence of Western Europe. The “age of discovery” brought the Europeans to our Indigenous shores. Many of those theologians and discoverers attributed their … Continue reading

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Violence and Becoming the Myth We Perpetuate

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Pope’s Hypocritical Stance Towards Indigenous Americans Opens New Wounds by Randy Woodley

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From the Post-Colonial Peanut Gallery: “Aloha”

Film review by Daniel Fan “Aloha:” a traditional Hawaiian word which is used both as a greeting and a send off.  And now, it’s a mid-sized romantic-comedy starring a pretty much all-white cast. Aloha is the story of Brian Gilcrest … Continue reading

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From the Postcolonial Peanut Gallery: Disney’s The Lone Ranger and the Disappearing Indian by Daniel Fan

A second pillar of white supremacy is the logic of genocide. This logic holds that indigenous peoples must disappear. In fact, they must always be disappearing, in order to allow non-indigenous peoples rightful claim over this land. Through this logic … Continue reading

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E. Rios Montt and the US/Christian Culpability by Randy Woodley

A few days ago, former President of Guatemala Rios Montt was FINALLY convicted of genocide against Indigenous Mayan villages, land “needed” for development. Now, we in the US have culpability as well. The Reagan administration should face charges of being … Continue reading

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Peace on Earth to Everyone, Oh, and by the way, Be careful who your enemies are…by Bruce Crawford

As the final days of 2012 wound down, I, like most Americans, found myself thinking a lot about the children and families connected with the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting.  It felt personal to me because I know what it … Continue reading

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