An open space for global conversation
I find it helpful to notice how our voices, hearing another's voice- actually impact how we view our experience of 'what is happening' in each interaction, conversation. To whom- rather, with whom are we conversing? It is good to recognize these questions and explore them deeply.
Each interaction mirrors our individual and collective, personal relationships to our collective and individual sense(s) of God on Earth, walking around. Faith is the first step; we believe that it is…Continue
Four years ago, I wrote an essay called Revolution of the Small: The Uselessness of Global Action and the Need to Take Local Action (Here in Bozeman, Montana). The main point of the essay was that a person's voice is only meaningful within the range where that…
Support is building for the Global Teach In!
We are in New York, London, Stockholm, Belfast, Los Angeles, San Francisco and dozens
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Added by Jonathan Feldman on March 18, 2012 at 8:17am — No Comments
I just read a very thoughtful and nuanced blog post by John Michael Greer in which he criticizes (in passing) the rhetoric of Occupy Wallstreet.
According to JMG, the simplistic model of an empire that consists of a one percent elite who prey upon a ninety nine percent class of the oppressed has no referent in reality.…Continue
In weeks past, I have – in my capacity as a member of Occupy Bozeman – written about many of the reasons why you should get your money out of big banks – particularly Wells Fargo – as part of a divestment campaign we are waging against the bank. That campaign continues…Continue
Added by Jim Macdonald on March 9, 2012 at 4:13pm — No Comments
We Americans are not the best at history. Because of the spin of corporate-controlled media, we are not reminded of the consistent pattern of deception exhibited by our government when the ‘power behind the wheel’ wants a new conflict. Nor are we reminded of the tremendous profitability of war for the corporations who count on…Continue
Reading this blog http://ning.it/AsTydf about the upcoming conference
on 16th-18th March in New York where scholars and activists work together to develop participatory research and include a broader base in the process of forming research questions, choosing methods, developing research tools, gathering, analyzing, and disseminating results. People are doing occupy research to:
* understand engagement with the movement, who is participating in…
Added by Anna Betz on March 4, 2012 at 3:41pm — No Comments