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Decolonization Means Playing Bingo

June 02, 2021

by Bennett Collins We are so pleased to share this month's blog written by our dear friend and accomplice Bennett Collins who, along with his friend and research partner, Ali Watson followed the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission through its mandate. We...

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Restoring the Stream of Life in Our Rivers

May 06, 2021

Part 1:  The Kennebec by Diane Oltarzewski "Reverence brings healing. It is the fulcrum of the great turningof civilization toward reunion with nature." (Charles Eisenstein) Rivers are the veins of our Mother. They carry life-giving nutrients to the farthest reaches of a watershed, naturally...

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An Awakened Life:

April 01, 2021

Tom Reynolds and the Paths Growing Awareness Can Take by Gregory Brown Finding the exact intersection of past experience, known skills, personal blind spots, and the desire to evolve and grow can be a challenging thing to pinpoint in a life. For Tom Reynolds...

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