Living or Surviving on Native American Reservations


A dog stands guard outside mobile homes on the outskirts of the town of Red Lake, Minnesota in the Red Lake Indian Reservation on Wednesday, March 23, 2005. The Red Lake Band of Chippewa have been here for more than a century.

Living or Surviving on Native American Reservations


A concerned Northwestern tribal member sent me an e-mail some months ago. She suggested that people in her community were mostly trying to survive, but were not living as individuals or as a community. She asked how is it possible to move beyond survival mode and create communities where people are living or flourishing. By living, she probably meant having the time and energy to realize the central values of culture, community, and individual life.




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Fighting for justice means fighting for justice for all of us and not playing around with the colour of skin. Focus on justice. i am a scientist for educ./psychoanalysis/art - and frankly speaking a savant - discovered that I can do more with blogs & social networks for humans in shadow, children in shadow, animals in need et al - I have some more blogs, please, visit them p.e.: Curi56blog et al. I am glad to meet YOU here: Annamaria thank you Annamaria

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