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Sowing Stewardship - West County DIGS

Sowing Stewardship - West County DIGS

CALIFORNIA ROAD TRIP!

CALIFORNIA ROAD TRIP! (D E S I G N L O V E F E S T)

last week i flew to san francsico to meet 3 of my good friends: jesse, james, and denise.

The Red Nation delegation at the #NoDAPL camp. (Courtesy The Red Nation)

Native Girls Rise: How a New Generation of Native Women Are Standing Up and Fighting Back (via Global Citizen) (April Highlights the stories of Native young women who are overcoming numerous struggles to create a new movement of Native American youth.

Native Peoples - Nov-Dec 2015.

Native Peoples (magazine/website) A magazine dedicated to the arts and culture of indigenous Native peoples. The website includes stories, features, and more.

Former NFL Star Walked Away from $37 Million to Feed the Hungry with His Farm http://www.people.com/article/jason-brown-nfl-farm

Former NFL Star Walked Away from $37 Million to Feed the Hungry with His Farm

In the Rural American South, an Inequity of Diseases (via Undark (29 Jun 2017) "In Alabama, climate change and poor infrastructure provide hospitable conditions for diseases typically found in the developing world."

In the Rural American South, an Inequity of Diseases (via Undark Jun "In Alabama, climate change and poor infrastructure provide hospitable conditions for diseases typically found in the developing world.

Indian Country Today (website) News, features, commentary, and more by and about Native people today.

Indian Country Today (website) News, features, commentary, and more by and about Native people today.

The Spirit of Standing Rock on the Move (via Yes! Magazine) (January 2017) Offers an in-depth report of Native American struggles around the US beyond Standing Rock for tribal sovereignty and protection of nature.

The Spirit of Standing Rock on the Move (via Yes! Magazine) (January Offers an in-depth report of Native American struggles around the US beyond Standing Rock for tribal sovereignty and protection of nature.

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is this month’s Choices Changemaker. Xiuhtezcatl is passionate about the environment and writes his own rap music to spread awareness to teens about climate change. Use his story to teach and inspire high school and middle school students to advocate for the earth, just in time for Earth Day! #highschool #middleschool #education #environment #activism #climatechange #EarthDay #activity #reading #classroom #teacher #teaching #advocacy #choicesmag

Could His Hip-Hop Save the Earth?

Losing Home: As rising waters eat away the land beneath their feet, many Native communities are turning into climate refugees

Climate Change Forces Northwest Natives From Their Ancestral Homes

Native American Heritage Month: 6 Tips for Educators, Parents (via Indian Country Today) (11 November 2015) "Here are some tips and ideas for consideration, for educators and parents of both Native and non-Native students."

Native American Heritage Month: 6 Tips for Educators, Parents (via Indian Country Today) November "Here are some tips and ideas for consideration, for educators and parents of both Native and non-Native students.

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Bizarro

Dutch Legal Translation | Legal Translation Services

Dutch Legal Translation | Legal Translation Services

"one of a number of books adopted by Tucson's celebrated Mexican American Studies program"

This Columbus Day... Time to Break the Silence

A Modern Guide to Mill Valley: Scenic Trails, Renowned Restaurants + Funky Shops - 7x7 Bay Area

A Modern Guide to Mill Valley: Scenic Trails, Renowned Restaurants + Funky Shops - Bay Area

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