The Eurocentrist view which has become predominant in the world today, has been many many centuries in the making. It is part of an arrogant worldview which needs to be dealt with and eradicated, in order for ingrained social and racial injustice to be dealt with effectively.Eurocentrism is a part of a larger worldview of… Continue reading We need to alter humanities current direction!
http://ili.nativeweb.org/sdrm_art.html Excerpt:In a country set up to maintain a strict separation of church and state, the Doctrine of Discovery should have long ago been declared unconstitutional because it is based on a prejudicial treatment of Native American people simply because they were not Christians at the time of European arrival. By penalizing Native people on… Continue reading Five Hundred Years of Injustice – The Doctrine of Discovery in U.S. Law
I am placing several items here which look at Eurocentrism - which by definition means:" Eurocentrism (also Eurocentricity or Western-centrism) is a worldview centered on or biased towards Western civilization. The exact scope of centrism varies from the entire Western world to only Europe or even just Western Europe (especially during the Cold War). When… Continue reading Eurocentrism – What is it?
In this world....There are so many legitimate rights that can be fought for..... There are so many wrongs that need to be righted.....There are so many ideologies, which is correct and which is incorrect?There are so many beliefs.. which are correct and which are incorrect?There are so many religions.. which are correct and which are… Continue reading Treat others the way you wish to be treated – Human Ethics
https://haidagwaiibuildingbridges.com/2016/07/11/the-burden/?fbclid=IwAR3B5YYWSeZshA2ApM3WJh9E_oxEF-phtGEVk9CWA1wp8BkveeiskmCi8QE Excerpt: A burden for the Indians, you say/ you have a burden for the Indians and anxiously wait for my reply/ thinking your words warm my heart. Instead they send a chill down my spine./ A burden for the Indians, you say / you have a burden for the Indians. Be my Indian guide;… Continue reading The Burden – shared by Norma J. Hill
Excerpt: No one knows the “absolute” answer on how to bring about reconciliation between Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples, and those of us whose peoples displaced them, according to Debra Sparrow, a Musqueam weaver, artist and knowledge keeper. But any step taken in good faith to build a new, healthy relationship is a… Continue reading Golden Threads from Heaven – one small step towards reconciliation