Category Archives: indigenous

Human Rights: Happy 71st Birthday!

December is Human Rights Month and December 10 is Human Rights Day. It is observed every year on this day since 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recognition of this notable achievement, … Continue reading

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Human Rights: Happy 71st Birthday!

December is Human Rights Month and December 10 is Human Rights Day. It is observed every year on this day since 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recognition of this notable achievement, … Continue reading

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Human Rights: Happy 71st Birthday!

December is Human Rights Month and December 10 is Human Rights Day. It is observed every year on this day since 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In recognition of this notable achievement, … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 5:  Trump the Trickster?

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 4:  Trump the Trickster?

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype:  Who is the Trickster? Part 3

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype:  Who is the Trickster? Part 1

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Concluding Insights: The Indigenous Worldview, The Indigenous Worldview, Part 17

by Dr. Denise R. Ames Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Colliding Ways We See the World. In the next several posts in this blog … Continue reading

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Growing Up in an Indigenous Society: The Story of Rigoberta Menchu, Part 5, The Indigenous Worldview, Part 16

by Dr. Denise R. Ames Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Colliding Ways We See the World. In the next several posts in this blog … Continue reading

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Growing Up in an Indigenous Society: The Story of Rigoberta Menchu, Part 4, The Indigenous Worldview, Part 15

by Dr. Denise R. Ames Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Colliding Ways We See the World. In the next several posts in this blog … Continue reading

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