The Cotton Belt in the Southern USA—the area of almost total cotton growing through Jim Crow—has a lot in common with the history of the folx oppressed in the West Indies. We would do well to think about what we share in common.
The current mainstream debate regarding the crisis in Iraq and Syria offers a near perfect example of both the death of historical memory and the
If you have a spare 25 minutes, I continue forward with thinking about the Loving Struggle. The text that I quote at length in this
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–by Sharon Salzberg (Mar 15, 2013) A friend of mine, at the end of a retreat, offered a provocative reflection that intrigued…
The deluded among us who confound power with political position and happiness with wealth propagate a great confidence game, a colossal con, a great grift.
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