Oren Lyons: On The Indigenous View of the World

“We always said that we have been told and understand that we’re relatives. Where our white brother will talk about water and trees and animals and fish as resources we talk about them as relatives. That’s a whole different perspective. If you think that they’re relatives and you understand that then you’re going to treat them differently.”
—OREN LYONS


Real Democracy in the Belly of the Beast

In order to have real democracy, economic justice, peace and a unified society, we have to both envision our own liberation in our time and take back our history, power and moral integrity


John Trudell: What It Means To Be A Human Being

Activate and respect our intelligence and activate the thinking process so that it’s going the way we want it to be because that’s why it was given to us