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Spirit of the Earth: Indian Voices on Nature

Spirit of the Earth: Indian Voices on Nature

Mar 12, 2018-- It is indigenous communities who often bear the biggest brunt of environmental crisis -- and who continue to put their bodies on the frontline to protect the Earth, and all of us. Samuel Bendeck Sotillos reminds us that as things are getting worse, they are being uncovered. This is where our hope lies. Amidst the death throes of a dysfunctional paradigm on its way out, it is the First Peoples' timeless wisdom, that we are of the earth and of the spirit, that can lead us to restore our belonging in the circle of life. (7315 reads)


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