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Water Protectors Prevail!

Yesterday was a day that Standing Rock Sioux tribal elders had called for a national interfaith day of prayer. Those prayers rolled into celebrations as news was received that the Army Corps of Engineers would deny an easement for the

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Water Protectors Prevail!

Yesterday was a day that Standing Rock Sioux tribal elders had called for a national interfaith day of prayer. Those prayers rolled into celebrations as news was received that the Army Corps of Engineers would deny an easement for the

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Something to Teach Us About Living Well

As efforts to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline grow, communities across the country are hearing from activists on their return from North Dakota and sending off fresh teams to lend support. The author believes that part of the support for

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Something to Teach Us About Living Well

As efforts to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline grow, communities across the country are hearing from activists on their return from North Dakota and sending off fresh teams to lend support. The author believes that part of the support for

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Chief Seattle, 1854

Friends, I am thinking this evening about the prophetic voice of Chief Seattle, the great leader of the Suquamish people here in the state of Washington. In 1854 he delivered a moving and sadly prophetic speech to mark the transferral of ancestral

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